Category Archives: Environment

Youth clean Kenyan market
Aug 28 2013

Youth make market in Kenya shine

CFCA in Kenya

CFCA youth group members in Kenya prepare to clean up the Kangemi market as part of a community service activity.

By Regina Mburu, CFCA communications liaison for Africa

The Kangemi market in Kenya is always a beehive of activity, with sellers chanting continuously to attract customers to buy their wares.

On this particular day, youth from CFCA had come to the market, this time not to buy anything but to clean it up, as the market is dirty and unkempt.

With brooms, rakes, trash bins and dust masks to cover their faces, young people from CFCA’s Maendeleo youth group got busy sweeping and collecting trash.
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Typhoon Marring flooding
Aug 24 2013

Philippine staffers brave floods to reach families

When disasters strike, CFCA field staffers reveal their true superhero identities. This week in the Philippines staff members waded through floodwaters to assist families at evacuation centers and visit homes to assess needs.

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Rainy season in Guatemala
Aug 19 2013

Silver lining found in Guatemala’s rainy season

Roofs leak, the ground begins to wash away, roads become blocked by landslides and rivers flood, but the people of Guatemala stand strong.

They rebuild, and together they prosper in love, hope, community and courage.

The rainy season, or winter, as many Guatemalans call this time of year, has now settled in.
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Tilapia farming
Jun 24 2013

Guatemalan father finds opportunity raising fish

Fernando’s 8-year-old daughter, Maydi, is a CFCA sponsored child in Guatemala.

Fernando and his wife Sonia have seven children and recently started a career raising tilapia!

Tilapia farming is new in Guatemala and new to CFCA’s Hope for a Family livelihood programs.

Fernando will be one of the first tilapia farmers in the CFCA program to sell a batch of 50 fish.


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