Sara Delaney

Wednesday, Oct 15, 2014

Third Time’s the Charm?

World Food Day is October 16, 2014. The goal throughout the year is to raise awareness of the challenges facing family farming which is the largest employer in the world. In this blog, Sara Delaney shares the challenges she witnessed in India. This past July I walked with 

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Wednesday, Oct 08, 2014

A Reason to Go Out

Day of the Girl is on October 11th, a great time to remember the importance of empowering girls and women. In this story we learn that sometimes the simplest things can help. When I went to central India in August to visit a new agriculture program we have started there with CASA

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Friday, Jul 11, 2014

Getting Ready for the Donkeys

By Sara Delaney
During a recent visit up in Northern Ghana, I had the opportunity to sit down under nice shady tree and chat with Alan
eta Atubiga, one of the 100 women who has chosen to participate in our Gates Grand Challenge Grant project. After hearing about the 

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Friday, May 02, 2014

Change in the Pockets – Passion Fruit in Kenya

By Sara Delaney

I’ve wondered before if passion fruit really deserved such an emotion
filled name, but after visiting farmers in Nyanza, Kenya, and seeing their passion for growing it, I will always believe it should be called passion fruit.

A few years ago,

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Sunday, Jan 26, 2014

Philippines Giving – From Near and Far

  When I got on the plane in New York for Manila a few weeks ago, I had in the back of my mind the generosity of the many, many people across the country who had donated to our Philippines recovery work. I was impressed by the outpouring of support, in most cases from those who had never

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Saturday, Dec 21, 2013

Even Stronger Next Time- Comprehensive programing in the Philippines builds resilience for the future

By Sara Delaney We landed in Tacloban early on a Thursday morning, setting down on an airfield full of military planes and white UN tents. On the half-hour drive from the airport to where we would be staying, my mind tried to take in the new landscape. Where buildings and houses had once stood,

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