From herders to farmers, with your support

An Ethiopian man from the dry, dusty Afar region stands by a water diversion canal. This irrigation system helps prevent hunger by allowing these new farmers to grow two to three crops a year.

From herders to farmers: An Ethiopian man from the dry, dusty Afar region stands by a water diversion canal. This irrigation system helps prevent hunger by allowing community members to grow two to three crops a year.

During International Development Week in early February we had a blog published on the Ottawa Citizen website about how partnerships between Canadians like you, CLWR, Canadian Foodgrains Bank, an Ethiopian agency called Support for Sustainable Development and the Canadian government to help prevent hunger in Ethiopian communities. Check it out:

http://blogs.ottawacitizen.com/2014/02/07/from-herders-to-farmers/#reblog

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