In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 goals for a better world by 2030. These are the Sustainable Development Goals, and they encompass all aspects of quality of life: ending poverty, protecting the Earth, and ensuring everyone has the chance to live out their full potential.
- Burkina Faso
- Central Asia
- East Africa
- Kyrgyz Republic
Four thriving enterprises that started with a little seed planted at a nutrition workshop.
Duration: 2012-2018 Location: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Canada, Egypt, Uganda, India, Kenya, Kyrgyz Republic, Madagascar, Mali, Mozambique, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Tanzania
Duration: 2016-2020 Location: Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Pakistan Reach: 1.6 million people (998,500 women and girls; 601,500 men and boys) Budget: $30.5
Strengthening Partnerships to Advance Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights of Women and Adolescents in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique (SPARC)
Duration: 2018-2023 Location: Mozambique Reach: 449,500 people (234,600 women and adolescent girls; 214,900 men and adolescent boys) Budget: $21.9 million (Global
When most of your workdays are spent in front of a computer, it’s easy to forget where the food on your plate comes from. I marvel at the mountains of fresh fruits and vegetables at the market arranged like rainbows, but I overlook the time, dedication, and energy of harvesting crops from the field, especially in an environment that dictates what and how much you will eat.
These are the keys to a lockbox where 12 members of a savings group in Mozambique are investing their earnings. With the return on their investments, they have been able to make basic improvements to their homes, like a freezer, an oven, a table and chairs, bowls and plates, and a roof that doesn’t leak.
Apendiwe Momade sits in the shade outside her home in rural Mozambique, next to a billowing pile of dried grass.
Her legs are outstretched on one of her homemade mats, her fingers a blur as she expertly twists the grass into intricate patterns.