We Can End Hunger by Looking Beyond Food

Director of FFP
Sep 13, 2016 · 3 min read
Monjuara is a Bangladeshi mother who learned new health, agriculture and nutrition practices from USAID. She is passing on what she learned to other members of her community. /Josh Estey for USAID
Monjuara used to worry about her sons’ health. But since she began feeding her children vegetables and protein-rich food, their health has improved. /Josh Estey for USAID
Monjuara is a Bangladeshi mother who wants the best for her children. Armed with new health, agriculture and nutrition practices she learned from USAID, Monjuara can continue to dream of a better life for her family and is paying it forward in her community. In Bangladesh, where over 60 million people survive on less than $1.25 per day, USAID is arming millions of parents like Monjuara with the skills to break the cycle of poverty.
Taroni Kanta Shikari is a rice farmer in Bangladesh who owns 3.65 acres of land. With USAID’s help, he learned new agricultural practices and has increased his income each year for the last five years. /Josh Estey for USAID

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