The decision to grow your business shouldn’t be at the risk of feeding your family or sending your kids to school.
"I am no longer scrambling to provide for my family. I am proud to be a business-woman, farmer, and mother."
Women represent approximately 70% of the agricultural workforce in sub-Saharan Africa. Yet, female farmers produce 20% to 30% less than men.
By growing your own food, you develop roots in your land—roots that leads to thriving and sustainability.
Exploring marketing strategies in the developing world.
What's it like to water your whole farm with just a bucket?
Without irrigation, a farmer's job is harder than you'd think.
This quarter, we're focusing on the hunger crisis.
Thanks to everyone who helped us raise over $8,000!
Here's some stories we've found powerful and informative.
Solar lamps are a game-changer for African families without electricity.
It all started with an Adventure...
Fortified porridge offers a solution to Uganda's stunting problem.
Single mother of three works as a CHP to support her family and save lives in her community.
The most important tool for Ugandan CHPs? An android smartphone...
Examining the illegal drug market in Uganda.
Never underestimate a woman on a mission.
Five powerful woman auction off their designer handbags to support our mission.
What does it take to give birth safely in Uganda?
Our new credit-lending program gets more stoves to women in Kenya who need them.
Successful stove mason in Kenya provides jobs and brings industry to his town.
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