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Carlos Aguirre

Carlos Aguirre explains why grain silos are part of CIEETS' work in Aguas Calientes, Carazo, Nicaragua. Similar silos now have been constructed in the communities of La Conquista and Santa Teresa. Photo: Sean Hawkey

Seeding the future
A growing crop of small grain silos in the rural farming communities of Nicaragua’s Carazo department are iconic evidence that hunger battles are being won. Learn more.

Afghanistan: developing capacities among teachers and students
CWS recently conducted a five-day workshop for teachers in Afghanistan, outlining methods that promote social, emotional, physical and cognitive development, along with ways to encourage family and community involvement. Learn more.

New farming methods bring food security and nutrition to Biloto Village
In West Timor, Indonesia, CWS has helped Marten Oematan and the members of his farmers’ group pilot an organic farm that now provides nutritious food for their families and abundant produce to sell. Learn more.


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