Growth in the time of COVID: How a hydroponics project is keeping refugees in Chad fed during the pandemic

Women feeding a goat with hydroponic fodder
For the H2Grow project team, strengthening local capacity to implement the project is the best way to make the project sustainable. Photo: WFP/Ousmane Issa Abakar.
Arafa
“I have shifted from losing my cattle to feeding them well and selling my surplus fodder to my neighbours.” Arafa. Photo: WFP/Teresa Nascimento.
For the H2Grow project team, strengthening local capacity to implement the project is the best way to make the project sustainable. Photo: WFP.

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