|When the floodwater levels started rising in her village, 21-year-old Nyabeel* and her husband were torn about what to do. Leaving their land, which they relied on for food, was a tough decision. “We spent three days moving. It was challenging, with four children and a herd of goats,” she says.
Having lost so much of their cattle, many displaced women are resorting to collecting firewood to make an income. Increases in food commodity prices are making it more difficult for displaced people to get food, however.
For this reason, it is important to support the Solidarity Agricultural Project in Riimenze. Our team is daily training the local farmers, to let them become independent: the Solidarity aim is to build the local capacity the family can feed their children and make incomes from their harvest, and this is possible only thanks to our donors!
27 Gen 2022
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