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Carrying banana harvest downstream

Indigenous people in Nicaragua's Rio Coco region bring their harvest downstream.  Photo: Don Tatlock/CWS

Growing food, protecting the land
Grinding poverty is a fact of life for indigenous people living in climate-challenged northern Nicaragua. But some families are using new techniques to grow bigger, better crops – and selling their surplus.

CWS hunger response expands to Africa’s Sahel
Across the vast Sahel region, vulnerable people are facing a severe food crisis. CWS and Christian Aid are providing food assistance to more than 83,000 people in Burkina Faso, Niger, Senegal and Mali. Read more.

CWS sends supplies for Oklahoma wildfire survivors
When wildfires burned more than 100,000 acres in Oklahoma this summer, many families sought refuge in shelters or hotels. Learn how you can help make their ordeal a little easier with CWS Hygiene Kits.


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