All our partners have the same core principles we do and are working to help communities on a sustainable path to a better life, a life where they won’t be hungry anymore.
Encouraging better farming and fishing practices amongst community groups; such as installing communal fish pools.
Testing whether community health workers can diagnose and treat malnourished children close to home.
Encouraging better rice growing practices.
Does a simplified, combined treatment for moderate and severe acute malnutrition work better than two separate treatment protocols?
Helping train up mothers and caregivers to diagnose children with malnutrition so they can get the help they need.
Ensuring best agriculture and environmental preservation practices are shared within the community.
Launching a new entry-level irrigation pump to encourage irrigation and improve crop yield.
Encouraging female farmers to diversify their diets and yield by growing soy alongside maize.
A platform for farmers to save money throughout the year to buy high-quality agricultural inputs in time for the sowing season.
Improving participation of farmers’ selection and saving of seeds to use perennially.
How do you stop high risk children slipping from moderate into severe acute malnutrition?
Improving yields through promoting community-wide biodigesters for both fertiliser and clean energy.
Training up Zambian farmers in organic pest management using “push-pull” technology to improve crop yield.
This help has come in many different shapes and sizes. Everything from running lunch clubs for London school children to bringing safe water to farms in India. One thing that’s never changed is that we’ve always worked with incredible partners.See previous projects