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Let’s Hear From The Farmers

Eric Bapfakurera has known farmers and been around farming for as long as he can remember. However, ask him when…

December 2, 2021
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Crisis in the Coffeelands Shows It’s Time to Look at Program Work Differently

Many non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have worked with coffee farmers for years. Projects are often partially funded by—and executed alongside—massive coffee corporations, with…

December 4, 2019
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The Seeds Are Not the Problem

One of the most significant hardships that farmers in Africa are experiencing is the reality of climate change. It is…

July 26, 2021
Photo of South Sudanese refugee, Nyabong Puak.
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#HerImpact: Women Leaders and the Battle Against Hunger and Poverty

In 2007, droughts in grain-producing nations, rising fuel prices, global unemployment, and famine sent shockwaves through the international community and…

September 18, 2019
Young women sits under her stand where she sells a large number of watermelons.
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#TimeIsNow: International Women’s Day 2018

This year, International Women's Day draws attention to the rights and activism of rural women.

March 8, 2018
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10 Ways to Fight Climate Change At Home

Ten things you can do at home to make a difference on climate change.

September 24, 2018
A farmer applying seed of Arabica coffee in Gayo highland, Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia. Arabica coffee from Aceh is the best coffee in the world.
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5 Questions About InterAction’s Work with IFAD in East Africa

Under a two-year partnership with the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), InterAction is working with agricultural advocacy organizations…

November 7, 2019
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Breanna Gomillion

December 2, 2021
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Building Resilience to Fight Climate Change

We must tackle climate change if we want to tackle poverty. Building resilience is critical.

September 27, 2018

Bureau of International Labor Affairs

February 9, 2021