Agriculture

Community Farmers in Nicaragua Talk Techniques, Setbacks, and Lessons Learned

By Jorge Luis Campos Solis – Nicaragua Country Director The town of La Conquista belongs to the municipality of San...

Akosua Grows More Confident About Her Children’s Futures Thanks to Better Nutrition

By Jesse Jackson Sarkodie – Nutrition Program Officer It is often sad to see malnourished women and their children in...

Progress Report: Growing Healthy Food, Growing Healthy Children

By Rev. Mary Jane Oakland, PhD Since I last wrote to you just after returning from Ghana in February, Self-Help’s...

How Self-Help is Changing Lives of Nicaraguan Farmers Through Education & Conversation

By Jorge Campos, Nicaragua Country Director Faced with the challenge of feeding the poorest families in southeastern Nicaragua, our organization,...

Community School Leaders Commend School Feeding Program

Amidu lives in the rural village of Ama Badu in Ghana and serves as the PTA chairman of the local...

Infant Malnutrition and What Our New Program is Doing About It: Growing Healthy Food, Growing Healthy Children

Infant Malnutrition and What Our New Program is Doing About It: Growing Healthy Food, Growing Healthy Children

by Katie Jackson, Communications Intern, and Megan Sehr, Development Director In Roger Thurow’s recently published book, The First 1,000 Days,...

No More Stunting in Beposo: Self-Help’s “Growing Healthy Food, Growing Healthy Children” Program

No More Stunting in Beposo: Self-Help’s “Growing Healthy Food, Growing Healthy Children” Program

By Jerry Perkins and Nora Tobin This article originally appeared in the Des Moines Register on October 14, 2018. Reprinted...

Nicaragua Training Center Participants Implement Lessons Learned for Success

For this update on the Fred Strohbehn Training Center in Quinta Lidia, Self-Help International’s Nicaragua team decided to share some...

The Fight Against Fall Armyworm Infestation, Part III: The Value in Farmer Education And Hands on Training

Story by: Bernard Frimpong Bannor “Last season, armyworm attacked my 2 acre maize farm. It was scary. I’ve been farming...

Using Instant Messaging Technology to Share Information with Corn Producers in Nicaragua

Using Instant Messaging Technology to Share Information with Corn Producers in Nicaragua

By Jorge Luis Campos Solis, SHI Nicaragua Country Director. Translated and edited by William Edwards, SHI Board member, and Caroline Scott,...

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