Read the latest edition of USAID’s FrontLines to get updates about how the Agency is implementing the Feed the Future initiative. Some highlights:
- Convincing poachers to leave behind that life for farming is winning converts in Zambia.
- One of Tajikistan’s newest land rights activists says that she “can’t sit around and watch women being disrespected and mistreated because they don’t know their legal rights or are afraid to fight.” When her farm was nearly stolen from her, USAID helped her fight back.
- Good grains are translating into good health and good business for a growing number of Senegalese women’s groups.
- With the recent introduction of greenhouses in Haiti, harvests of broccoli, peppers, tomatoes, leeks, beets, carrots and flowers stand a fighting chance against the region’s punishing weather.
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