Help Women Feed the World


GlobalGiving's Storytelling Project

We're collecting stories from the actual people who benefit from the projects on GlobalGiving to identify problems and potential solutions. Here are some of the stories that we've collected from communities that have benefited from projects similar to this one. Learn more.

Note: These stories talk about the same issues that this project addresses, but are not necessarily about this specific project.

Insurers Noq Unselled Policy To Take Care Of Calamities.

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Kajiado, Kenya
Map of Insurers noq unselled policy to take care of calamities. Pastrolists are set to enjoy the benefits of an insurance product allowing them to secure their livestock against natural calamities.Weather index insurance an agricultural insurance programme has intended to work with experts who have turn to train farmers on drought mitigation.This has been the most direct and effective means of raising standards of living and alleviating poverty, hunger and malnutrition,which is through increasing the productivity and incomes of farmers.This has really changed lives of many pastrolists and farmers who have benefited from that programme. Read more.
Related to project keywords: poverty hunger, effective, policy, direct, benefits

Voluntary Male Circumcision

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of Voluntary male circumcision The war against AIDS has been fought for decades with doctors looking for solutions to treat,prevent and control the spread of HIV/AIDS in the world.This is a research that has consumed millions of dollars got when the research was done and the findings were out that circumcise men have a sixtyfive percent of protection from AIDS a program was enrolled in all parts of the country which is so evident in the area of Katwekera where a sensitization was done and people were educated on HIV/AIDS prevention.This led to a large number of people emerging to be circumcised so as to be on the safer side.Due to this the rate of AIDS infection in the country has reduced at a high and good rate thus showing the positive war against HIV/AIDS. Read more.
Related to project keywords: percent, solutions, millions, men, positive

Education Deception

By a female, 22-30 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of Education deception Self control is an important factor I mean.You are ultimately making the decision. A lot of people get into trouble because of passion and stuff.It happens impromt .But a long with self control it is how how much you are thinking about your future .Education is the power to change the world but or foreolders brothers belief that education can and will solve all our problem and reduce poverty in the village and it is true because even now when you look for these people who pass through the windows and those who pass the door they have different and big gap between them. Read more.
Related to project keywords: reduce poverty, belief, world, change, important

Gross Domestic Product

By a female, 31-45 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of Gross Domestic Product Analysis who had come to see our farms were projecting a slower economic growth for the country folllowinf a decline in performance on t he firs t quarter of this year. The unparallel and delayed long rains ads to this nightmare. Analysts from A.F.C Agircultural Finace Corporation saidthat the country and western region will achieve an estimated 4.3 percent in growth. The delayed rains should see farmers harvest much less than waht they are used to, and should plant crops that can sustain a little rainfall. Read more.
Related to project keywords: economic growth, percent, farms, farmers, country

Agriculture The Mother

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of Agriculture the Mother Agriculture which is the backbone of our country economy is something that should be embraced in our current society since it does a lot of good to our society at large.The local community at matende saw it possible to start a small group rather an organisation that could helpthe whole society reap a couple of benefits and upgrade the social and the economic benefit of the society at large. Through the building of a small nursery in the society and making it possible and able for the whole of the society and to generally contributed to the mechanism that makes it all the best through all through.This makes the society to make a couple though.this makes the society to make a couple of grand that could be maximized through various method in our society. Read more.
Related to project keywords: social economic, small group, benefits, country, agriculture


By a male, 16-21 years old, in Eldoret, Kenya
Map of AGRICULTURE Agriculture is the keeping of animals and cultivation of crops. Agriculture has helped many dying kenyans. Through Agriculture we were able to help the hungry kenyans and we still feed them through agriculture. Agriculture makes our regions look beatiful. Agriculture is not just planting crops for food what about rain? We have to plant trees as many as we can so that the crops can grow well. Without rain no crop will survive and people will stop agriculture and start another activity like pastorlism. This will lead to hunger and millions of death. Lets conserve agriculture if not what about the future?. Read more.
Related to project keywords: millions, hungry, farms, just, agriculture

Rabbit Rearing

By a female, 22-30 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of 

Rabbit rearing Many people in the country despise rabbit rearing, whereas majority are not awre that rabbits can be reared.Our organization turned the tables in the areas of Malava and educated some farmers on this line of agriculture that has been neglected. Many breeds of rabbits were shown of farmers and ways of maintaining them and ensuring healthy living in them being highlighted.Some farmers promoted to carry the practose and sure enough they've never been disappointed, as they are reaping alot of benefits.The benefits include selling of rabbit meat to hotels, getting to eat them some meat as food in the house and also selling some rabbits to people hance getting money. Read more.
Related to project keywords: shown, benefits, majority, include, farmers

Rabbits Teeth Never Stop Growing

By a female, under 16 years old, in Kisumu, Kenya
Map of RABBITS TEETH NEVER STOP GROWING Many people love to have rabbits as pets.Their long ears and short tails make them amazing to watch. Would you like to have a pet rabbit?Before you decide read some facts about them. The male rabbit is called a buck,the female a doe and the baby a kit.A group of rabbits is called a herd.They live in a warren.The teeth 28 in total)of a rabbit never stop growing.They chew (120)time miute an dhave over 17,000 taste buds. Rabbits graze very fast for the first half hour followed by about half hour of slowe feeding.A rabbit can live for between eight and ten or more years.Never lift your rabbit by its ears or the stomach.Rabbits require ar least four hours execise a day.otherwise they can suffer from osteoporosis if they not get enough exercise. Rabbits can purr like cats and cleaqn themselves up if they hear a loud sound or see a big animal they can be stressd and even die. Read more.
Related to project keywords: lift, feeding, half, female, live

Files In Kibera

By a female, 16-21 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of FILES IN KIBERA Kibera has been known to be the biggest slum in the world Densy populated with a population of 1.4 million people siname it is pupulated there was a major promblem that has been affecting people these are the files in kibera many people have been suffering different diseases due to fiels these files are brough by living in a dirty eviroment lack of toilets. but we went to thank the AMREf for there contribution aid by organizing them selves to teach kibera people on how to stay in a clean eviroment well done for there god work now atleast kibera is clean exepd same places but i hope they will alone something. As kibera my hope is to see those and men tat come from kibera slum not only kibera but also other slum healty and ready to do anything just like other children. Read more.
Related to project keywords: organizing, million, just, see, men
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Mei Powers

Washington, DC United States

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