OUR FIGHT AGAINST HUNGER IN WEST AFRICA
In 2014, Action Africa was a leader in bringing much-needed intervention and aid to Ebola-ravaged West Africa, especially to Sierra Leone. International aid and attention often ended up in big cities while much of the disaster occurred in rural communities and villages.
During the crisis, many farmlands were turned into emergency cemeteries, thus effectively separating people from their regular locus of food production and nutritional sustenance. If, as many have suggested, the Ebola virus is far more toxic than has been admitted, or even nuclear in nature, then sensible agriculture can only occur very far away from the epicenter of the outbreaks and burials.
VOA NEWS COVERS ACTION AFRICA CONTAINER SHIPMENTS
Health organizations from around the world are sending supplies and specialists to the West African countries that are dealing with the worst Ebola outbreak in history. On a smaller scale, ordinary Americans and African expatriates living in the United States are doing the same. VOA's Carol Pearson reports.
PARTNERSHIP FOR FOOD AND NUTRITION
Action Africa is reaching out and partnering with local community organizations, cooperative entities, farmers’ groups and others in an effort to be an effective catalyst in growing more food and providing nutrition to local populations in Africa. This effort is occurring in many fronts. Although much of our program outreach in previous years have centered in the two West African countries of Nigeria and Sierra Leone, this current food security program has attracted interest even as far away in East Africa as Uganda. Action Africa remains... continue reading
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