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MOTHER EARTH's FUTURE in our HANDS

CAMGEW and women on World Food Day 2023

in her field office at Ngounso -Magba. 16/10/2023

Working in Magba, Njimom and Bankim since 2022, CAMGEW through her REGAIN project built capacity of over 500 women in Agroforestry and beefarming. These are sustainable farming models that promote socio-economic and environmental rights of women in these areas. Commemorating World food day under the theme "water is life, water is food, leave no one behind" an interactive session was held with over 45 women on the role of water in agriculture, women as  key actors in sustainable water management, planting of water shed trees, maintenance of our water sources and most importantly the need to consume adequate water to promote good health. This interesting session ended with an appraisal of various food stuffs cultivated by these women.

CAMGEW acknowledges in a special way the presence of her technical partners from Women Engage for a Common Future (WECF)-France during this interesting session.

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