Savvy Savings Groups Make a Great Investment
World Vision Staff Jun 30, 2022 2:16:20 PM

If you are one of the 689 million people living in extreme poverty, you most likely live in a rural area in a developing country. If you’re a woman living here, the burden of poverty falls heaviest on you and your...

The Cortez Family Keeps Thriving
Nadia Castro Jun 14, 2022 10:48:48 AM

Juan Cortez loosens the soil with a stick in preparation for planting.

The sun beats against the land where two young men are practicing a new technique of farming. The air is hot in the community of Belen, La...

Happier Than Ever Before
Eric Imbuwa Jun 14, 2022 10:45:49 AM

Patrick and his family work on their harvest together

In Zambia, agriculture can act as a catalyst for reducing poverty and improving nutrition. Despite that, agricultural growth remains stagnant and poverty...

Thriving Through Poultry
Fred Tumusiime Feb 14, 2022 11:13:35 AM

At 42, Christine is one of the most successful poultry farmers in Buranga Cluster, located in the Northern Province of Rwanda. She is married and a mother to three children. For Christine, it all started with fifteen...

It's Like A Dream
Paul Nkhata Feb 14, 2022 11:07:14 AM

Driving a winding dusty earth road that snakes through undulating topography, one gets to Khokho Village, where Jeremiah Banda, 46 hails. Married to Evelyn and the father of four, Jeremiah is one of the participants of...

New Mindset Empowers Farmer
Mutinta Chiseko Oct 20, 2021 2:52:45 PM

“Life was hard. I could only feed my family one meal a day and that was not assured,” says 47-year-old Able Mwewa, a father of nine in northern Zambia.

Agnes Discovers Her Strengths
Maria Kaitesi Oct 18, 2021 8:26:02 PM

Agnes Tuyizere, 31, is a role model in her community. As a mother of two children, she started from nothing, but now runs a thriving poultry business. A few years ago, she lacked confidence, doubting that she had the...

A New Generation
Nadia Castro Aug 20, 2021 12:00:00 PM

It’s an early morning in the mountains of western Honduras and a cold breeze fills the air. Three brothers finish their breakfast of warm coffee, beans, and tortillas before heading out to the fields. Juan Cortez (21),...

The Fruit of Cooperation
Paul Nkhata Aug 11, 2021 5:16:43 PM

Sainani Phinifolo remembers the frustration of trying to sell his farm produce. In many African countries, farmers do not reap the expected dividends from their farming because they are cheated by local vendors who will...

Restarting Businesses In The Wake Of Covid-19
Shaun Kempston Jul 12, 2021 4:32:15 PM

A year ago, the entire world was gripped by COVID-19 challenges. Today, many Americans are optimistic as new cases drop significantly, businesses and churches reopen, and life begins to resume. For some of us, it can...