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How Systematic Farming Can Help Feed Africa’s Growing Population
Nature Conservancy

Agriculture has been changing the face of Africa dramatically over the past 50 years. While the continent’s population is expected to more than double between now and 2060, increasing farm productivity is projected to meet only 12 percent of anticipated food demand. The Nature Conservancy…

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Water.org Funds Water and Sanitation Solutions in Philippines
Water.org

More than 26 million Filipinos lack access to water and sanitary toilets. Many households cannot connect to water systems due to high upfront connection costs and consequently rely on unsafe water sources. Manila local Elenita has opted in to small, affordable loans as a solution…

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Over 300 Students Receive Scholarships Thanks to Opportunity International
My Joy Online

Opportunity International Savings and Loans in partnership with Opportunity International Global Education Office have awarded scholarships to 329 students across 112 schools in Ghana. The School Improvement Loans help private schools to access funding to expand their infrastructure, acquire other capital items, and enhance quality…

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A New Water System in Honduras Fosters Community Ownership
Water.org

Honduran local Maria Delsa Sanchez is a mother of six and first treasurer of the newly elected water committee in the community of Guatincara. Guatincara’s water project is a gravity flow water system that delivers water from a mountain spring to all participating homes in…

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World Toilet Day Inspires Action to Tackle Global Sanitation Crisis
Rodney Muhumuza

November 19th is World Toilet Day, which highlights the importance of a toilet for human dignity, health, and urges governments and businesses to invest more in sanitation. Sustainable Development Goal 6 talks about ensuring availability and sustainable management of sanitation and water for all by…

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New Study Shows Natural Solutions Could Be Effective For Climate Action
Nature Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy and 21 institutional partners have recently published a new study that investigates the potential of various natural functions, from restoring forests and grasslands to a range of agricultural practices. The Nature Conservancy led study shows that natural solutions could mitigate more than…

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