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Sep 16, 2017 by Juvêncio Mataria

Small Scale Farmers Find Farming Profitable at Long Last

Niassa province in northeast Mozambique in particular has the ideal makings of a robust farming community but continues to struggle with low agricultural productivity among the small-scale farmers who depend on traditional farming methods and low-yield seed varieties. These rural poor have little buffer against food insecurity.

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Sep 15, 2017 by Faye Yu

Talking about the Realities of Child Marriage in Malawi

In Malawi, one in two girls marry by the time they reach 18 years old and 9% marry before the age of 15. Malawi has one of the highest rates of child marriage in the world. This is not surprising because poverty is cited as one of the biggest contributing factors to child marriage and Malawi is one of the world’s poorest countries. In April of this year, the Malawian constitution was amended to raise the legal age of marriage with parental consent from 15 to 18... Read More

Sep 14, 2017 by Ruairidh Waddell

Whose Story is Being Changed?

You’ve probably seen World Renew use the phrase “Changing the Story” to describe their mission. In the field, we think of this primarily as changing the story of the most poor and vulnerable, those that need a helping hand to move from sheer existence into safety, security, and resilience.

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