Fighting Hunger Blog
Posted by Emily Lansdell on April 9, 2020
Every day, HHI Agriculture Trainer John Dube is a witness to how agriculture education changes lives and entire communities through sustainable gardens. Food shortage is an ongoing battle in developing countries like Zimbabwe, but even more so now during the global pandemic.
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Posted by Emily Lansdell on December 12, 2019
In the village of Tombolombo, Malawi, the community is rejoicing over the Mtendere Bakery, which opened in November. In their native language, “Mtendere” means “peace” and this bakery appropriately represents peace and hope for a group of 10 local women who opened the bakery.
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Posted by Emily Lansdell on August 16, 2019
HHI Agriculture Program holds 700th workshop in July
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Posted by Alisa Van Dyke on January 23, 2019
Each month, we see hundreds of trainees across Africa receive the gift of empowerment. Many come into the two-day food security workshops desperate and discouraged, but they all leave with a hopeful vision for the future. 
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Posted by Alisa Van Dyke on November 20, 2018
The smell of turkey is in the air as we all begin to slow down and spend a few days counting our blessings. Thanksgiving is a time to enjoy good food and time with family, but what if you could feed more than just your family?
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