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Peanut paste - a life-saving food - is enough to bring a severely malnourished child back to health within three to four weeks. It’s made from peanuts, oil, sugar and skimmed milk enriched with plenty of vital nutrients and minerals. It requires no water, refrigeration or preparation and can be administered without any medical supervision. Peanuts can make a difference after all!Learn more
HRW has worked with the Afghan government to develop innovative models that allow girls to study. Community-based education is a network of classes, held in homes that allow girls to access education in communities far from a school. Integrating these "community schools" in the government education system would be a lifeline for many young women.Learn more
Rural communities in Uganda receive clean drinking water through deep wells. WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) committees are founded from within the community, thus the community can take charge of the water supply itself. Viva con Agua supplements many projects with art productions of local artists to get complicated and tricky content across easily while having fun doing so.Learn more