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One month ago, Nyalwal received an agricultural equipment kit including 1 shovel, 1 pickaxe, 1 three-fingers crotch and one watery can. In addition, seeds of carrot, onion, cauliflower cabbage, kale and other vegetables were given to her. “I have 4 children, my 1-year old boy suffers from malnutrition. He was admitted in the out-patient therapeutic program and he is getting better now”.
"When we will harvest, we will share the vegetables with the all family"
“We created a demonstration garden behind our health center in the camp. We showed them how to arrange the rows so that they can reach for the middle without crushing the sprouts, how to use dry light grass for mulching, and we invited them to repeat all the gestures. It’s a “I show you and you do it yourself” demonstration.” Describes Tesfaye. “Most of the vegetables will be ready for harvesting at the end of the month and in December.”
In Gambella region, Action Against Hunger works both in refugee’s camp and within the local Ethiopian communities to prevent and fight malnutrition. Our activities are supported by the European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations of the European Commission (ECHO), the Bureau of Populations, Refugees and Migrations (BPRM), Global Affairs Canada (GAC) and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA).