WFP Initiative To Address Female Farmers, Malnutrition In Ecuador

Christian Science Monitor: U.N. World Food Programme initiative to help female farmers, families in Ecuador
“The World Food Programme (WFP) and provincial governments in Ecuador will be assisting 1,000 local families by providing them with produce sourced from women smallholder farmers. The program, called Strengthening Local Government Capacities to Improve Food and Nutrition Security, will simultaneously address malnutrition in women and children and the challenges that women smallholders face in managing their farm businesses…” (Ng, 5/28).

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