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After a Childhood in Poverty and War, One Man Fights for Peace.
February 7, 2018

Seattle, WA – Poverty and conflict are linked. When violence is a part of daily life, it makes it difficult to…

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Bellarmin’s Story
November 7, 2017

This is Bellarmin Mashauri, a member of the Grassroots Organization in Mundubiena. Mavuno’s leadership development philosophy, which centers around self-management as…

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Kambale Muhiwa, Breeding Animals to End Extreme Poverty
November 2, 2017

Kambale Muhiwa, a married father of 8 children, is a Mavuno partners from the Irango Grassroots Organization. In addition to farming,…

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Kambale’s Story
October 22, 2017

This is Kambale Katsurana. When Kambale lost access to his own field due to recent instability in the region, he wasn’t…

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Employee Spotlight: Josephine Mutsuva
October 11, 2017

Did you know that 83% of Mavuno’s staff lives and works in Congo? It’s true – we have 30 team members…

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Employee Spotlight: Serge Sikuli
September 22, 2017

Did you know that 83% of Mavuno’s staff lives and works in Congo? It’s true – we have 30 team members…

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How to Use a Camera Without Hurting Anyone
September 12, 2017

By Nathan Johnson. In 2017, everyone who’s reading this has access to a camera. Actually, most of you are reading it…

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Employee Spotlight: Salomon Kitsa
August 30, 2017

Did you know that 83% of Mavuno’s staff lives and works in Congo? It’s true – we have 30 team members…

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Employee Spotlight: Merdi Baraka
August 20, 2017

Did you know that 83% of Mavuno’s staff lives and works in Congo? It’s true – we have 30 team members…

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Developing Agripreneurs in the Midst of Extreme Poverty
August 17, 2017

By Chris Kasali, Director of Business Development Most news headlines from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) have one thing…

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