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Mozambique

Nourishing Children for Life in Mozambique

By Ruth Fertig, Multimedia Content Producer Editor’s Note: Since we produced this story about our Linking Agriculture and Nutrition program in Mozambique, the government has reported confirmed cases...

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World + 2 more

Earth Day 2019

Addressing the Impact of Climate Change To mark Earth Day, we asked Helen Keller International’s Senior Nutrition Advisor, Jennifer Nielsen, to answer questions about the impact of climate change on...

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Burkina Faso

CHANGE Comes to Abaza: Fatie’s Story

The first time Fatie Sore sowed the seeds of a plant called African nightshade, her curiosity about the vegetable was tinged with apprehension. She had never grown it before — in fact, she had never...

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Chad + 3 more

Joint International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs) Statement for the first “Regional conference on stabilization for Boko Haram-affected areas in the Lake Chad Basin” – 2nd to 4th of November 2017

The undersigned INGOs welcome the organization of the first regional conference on stabilization for the Lake Chad Basin and the involvement of all present actors to find long-term solutions to the...

Niger

When Husbands go to School, Families are Healthier

Mr. Amadou Tanimoune is a 45-year-old farmer living in Badifa, Niger, a village of 1,550 people located east of the capital of Niamey. Badifa’s population is primarily from the Arawa Hausa ethnic...

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Benin + 2 more

A change sweeps across West Africa

CONTACT: Jennifer S. Klopp, Vice President of Development and Communications Helen Keller International 212-532-0544 x808jklopp@hki.org June 4, 2012, Dakar, Senegal – The West African countries of...

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