“These days things have changed. My husband supports me and in taking the child to under 5 appointments. [Husband] cooks and prepares the food for all to eat and we even laugh together now.”
“When the communities sit down and then they talk, they come up with the solutions that would work, not things that are just made up to say just to end the story.”
The Community Score Card amplifies voices of young people and other marginalized groups, elevating real-time data from local to national levels to inform reproductive health policy and planning during COVID-19.
Even in the face of COVID-19, women in savings groups continue to astound and find ways to succeed.
The effects of cyclone Idai, which hit Malawi two weeks ago, are still being felt as people continue to flock to temporary shelters to seek for refuge.
Mary* (not real name) escaped from floods in her village to seek refuge in a camp 20 kilometres from her village. Life in the camp hasn’t been easy. “I am always afraid to go to sleep,” she says. “Our tents don’t have doors so it’s easy for someone to…
Investing in women farmers led to a huge return.
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This regional strategy focusing food and nutrition security for people in Southern Africa aims to impact 10 million people by 2020, and has so far impacted 3.6 million people to improve their food and nutrition.