Food security is one of the key factors in whether a poverty stricken people can escape the poverty cycle. That’s why agriculture, farming, fisheries and poultry are key component of Partner’s in Action’s approach in Zambia.
Through The Poverty Lab, we are establishing solid farming and agriculture practices. Diversifying crops as a hedge against drought and starvation, equipping and training farmers to supply the needs of their communities. Building enterprises that the farmers own, giving them the foothold they need to come out of poverty for good.
We need your help: Small-scale family farmers are struggling to survive until the next harvest in the Spring. Your gift of $1000 will provide seed, chickens, training, and supplies to equip the farmer to harvest a crop and take his yield to market. He will have enough profit to launch his farming business and earn money for years to come for his whole family. Your help is urgently needed as planting season in Zambia is coming soon.
This is the planting season – Your investment today will ensure up to 100 farmers of Zambia can feed their families and communities this year.
Timing is critical – we must plant before December is over. Please help.
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robust agricultural engine for Nigerian people in one
key region, taking advantage of the enterprising
culture of its people, natural resource, and gifted
land and buildings for expansion.
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