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A member of the "Hand in Hand" co-operative in the Artibonite region of Haiti shows seedlings. Co-op members pool their resources to grow food both for themselves and for sale in local markets. Chris Herlinger/CWS

World Food Day 2012: Haitian co-ops persevere despite challenges
Even before Haiti’s devastating 2010 earthquake, CWS was supporting food cooperatives in rural areas there. Today, despite drought and other challenges, the co-ops remain strong by being well-managed and governed.

Fighting chronic malnutrition in Kenya
Children who don't receive adequate nutrition before their 5th birthday often suffer lifelong problems like blindness, stunted growth and cognitive disabilities. You can provide a simple solution.

Feeding Afghanistan
Bolan Village farmer Abdul Ghani has been struggling to grow enough food to survive in the face of serious climate changes and political unrest. See how CWS is helping him and others ensure greater harvests and better nutrition.

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