During her recent visit to South Sudan, WFP Executive Director Ertharin Cousin travelled to Aweil, an area in the north west with some of the poorest food-security indicators in the country. While there, she met with small farmers who are transforming their communities with help from WFP food-for-assets programmes. She sent us this blog post to tell us about them.
The program has become hugely popular, with as many as 30 kids participating at each event. It's part of the local food movement that's booming in urban areas across the nation and is locally spearheaded by Edible Flint.
Slowly but surely indigenous people across southern Africa are starting to assert their bio-cultural rights, which are critical to securing their right to self-determination and to protecting the biodiversity on which they depend for food security, fuel and income.
In an age of genetically modified foods, spiraling obesity rates and food prices, communities are responding by converting empty plots of land into thriving and sustainable urban farms, producing healthy organic fruits, vegetables and herbs.
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