Help 100 Additional Families Grow Food in Zimbabwe

 
$15,727
$9,198
Raised
Remaining

Help 100 Additional Families Grow Food in Zimbabwe

Help 100 Additional Families Grow Food in Zimbabwe
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To fill the needs for all the children

To fill the needs for all the children
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Children of all ages are here all year

Children of all ages are here all year
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Household security requires nutritious food

Household security requires nutritious food
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Little girl

Little girl
Training to improve rural income generating activites (view small | med | large | orig)

Children have creative energy for play

Children have creative energy for play
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Of course, education and learning.come first!

Of course, education and learning.come first!
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Enhancing food security for self-reliance

Enhancing food security for self-reliance
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Strengthening communities

Strengthening communities
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Conservation farming and drip irrigation are key

Conservation farming and drip irrigation are key
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Organization

Project Leader

Elizabeth Bara

Executive Director
Peachtree City, GA United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Help 100 Additional Families Grow Food in Zimbabwe