WFP is empowering farmers in Zambia to increase and strengthen their crop yields. With organic fertilizer and new soil techniques, farmers like Mainner are able to grow a variety of drought-tolerant crops.
“I’ve not only seen the health of my children improve, but the health of my community. Our children are strong now," says Emeldah.
In honor of Grandparents’ Day, here are six stories of grandparents bringing joy, comfort and strength to their families.
Clara is at the forefront of the fight against malnutrition, and is one of 480 trained community health volunteers trained by WFP.
This funding from the United States - $610,000 - arrives at a critical time. The influx of DRC refugees in Zambia has been steadily increasing throughout 2020, pushing up the need for food and nutrition assistance.
Through this funding, WFP will deliver 2,380 metric tons of beans to complement the Government’s corn supply for three months, giving 255,000 drought-affected people across the country the food and nutritional assistance they need.
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