From the field

ForAfrika moves into the Central African Republic
In one of the world’s most vulnerable countries, farmers’ associations are a lifeline for many, but they need important resources Based on humanitarian reports published by the United Nations Office for Coordinating Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), ForAfrika became aware of large-scale humanitarian needs in the Central African Republic (CAR) and took the decision to move into
A tale of two Peters

A tale of two Peters

Separated by war and joined together by ‘peace gardens’, these two friends have made a new life for themselves and their families Peter Adumba and Peter Khemis have been friends since their youth in South Sudan. They were both forced to flee when violence flared in their home country and separated them in 2018. But,
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To thrive, African nations must ensure children are well nourished
African nations can vastly improve their economic potential by ensuring that children are well nourished, says Sihle Mooi, South Africa country director at ForAfrika Good nutrition is essential for the academic performance that is required for young people to succeed in a modern knowledge economy, says Mooi, ahead of International Literacy Day on 8 September.
Mother of eight finds sustenance and solace through gardening
Mary lost her husband 10 years ago; he was killed during a cattle raid, a common occurrence and a major cause of conflict and displacement in the Greater Pibor area where she lives. As is customary in these parts, after the death of her husband, Mary was “handed over” to his younger brother, now the
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Teresa prays for a late harvest
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Breast feeding
Angola Drought
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