April 2020

Tinamit Tolimán Integral: Creating Local Supply Chains of Specialty Coffee in Guatemala

Tinamit Tolimán Integral is one of many agricultural cooperatives participating in the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food for Progress (FFP) 2016 program, implemented …

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2018 — 2021

Local and Regional Food Aid Procurement Project in Senegal

CHALLENGE In Senegal, the agricultural sector employs approximately 70% of the working population, yet in 2017 its contribution to total GDP was just over 16%. …

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2018 — 2022

McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Project in Senegal

CHALLENGE A large portion of Senegalese citizens rely on agriculture and pastoralism for their livelihood. Unfortunately, a persistent drought in 2017 severely impacted crop and …

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Helping Morocco’s mountain residents find their voice

Although Morocco’s Atlas and Rif mountains are home to almost a quarter of the country’s population, the mountain communities have the country’s highest rates of …

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Public Health Partnerships Improve Lives in Malawi

In the Traditional Authority of Masula in Lilongwe district – the capital city of Malawi, a small landlocked country in southern Africa – diarrhea and …

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Innovation for Change

Challenge Innovation for Change (I4C) was established as a response to widespread and worsening trends affecting civil society, including increasing restrictions on civic space and …

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Hands Together

The Manos Juntas (“Hands Together”) farming group in Guatemala’s Western Highlands work side by side to overcome pests and disease – with big results.

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Building for the Future in Guatemala’s Western Highlands

This story is part of our series on Counterpart’s Food for Progress program in Guatemala. On a beautiful August day in the Western Highlands, we round …

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Indigenous Peoples Continue Driving Their Destinies

Celebrating the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples today brings us back to the beginning of our work 50 years ago. Our founders, Betty Bryant Silverstein …

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Creating Hope for Farmers in Guatemala

After a late night at work, I’m driving home and listening to a BBC story about Guatemala’s farmers. I know something about Guatemalan farmers

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