Posts Tagged ‘Central African Republic’

Food security in Central African Republic

Post a Comment » Written on May 8th, 2013     
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Lack of food security is a serious issue in many parts of the world, and the Central African Republic is one such place. CAR has been labeled by the U.N. as one of the 10 least developed countries in the

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Best Photos of 2012

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Protein-packed food in Central African Republic

Post a Comment » Written on November 7th, 2012     
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Roy Danforth, Covenant missionary who is coordinating our partnership with Foods Resource Bank in the Central African Republic, recently sent an interesting update on the project. For more information about this project, click here.

The Center for Experimentation and

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International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day–a day set aside to celebrate women, but to also be mindful of the unique needs of women around the world.  This year is the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day and a day to

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Transformation through Agricultural Training

Post a Comment » Written on February 25th, 2011     
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A story from the CWR agriculture project in the Central African Republic in partnership with Foods Resource Bank. The story comes from Covenant Missionary Ray Danforth who coordinates this project:

Abassi and his family fled the Central African Republic (north

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