Category: Nuru Model

The Effects of La Niña in East and West Africa

What is La Niña? La Niña is a weather pattern coinciding with colder than average waters in the Pacific Ocean, affecting global weather…

Nuru Recognizes Earth Day

Saving our planet, lifting people out of poverty, advancing economic growth… these are one and the same fight. We must connect the dots…

Mary Joel: A Woman Farmer’s Story of Resilience

In this final blog post for our Women’s Month series, we look at the way one woman farmer’s life has been positively impacted…

From Minimum Standards to a Gender Transformative Approach: The State of Women at Nuru

In 2017, Nuru International proudly joined a small but growing number of international development organizations endorsing ‘Minimum Standards for Mainstreaming Gender Equality.’ Now…

Nuru Recognizes World Soil Day

The UN has set aside December 5 as World Soil Day “to raise awareness of the importance of maintaining healthy ecosystems and human…

Nuru Nigeria Grows Its Programming in the Northeast

It is the heart of the rainy season in northeast Nigeria, and farmers’ fields are lush with groundnut and soybean plants. Just as…

The Transformative Impact of Farmer Organizations in Ethiopia

This post is the second in this blog series. Click here to read Part 1.  Farmer organizations play a vital role in helping…

Restoring Our Earth Through Locally-led Development 

“Restore Our Earth” is the theme for Earth Day 2021. To “restore” is to repair, rebuild, or renew. These words, emotions, and actions…

Permagarden Training in Nigeria Cultivates Hope Among Rural Farmer Families

Permagarden training, a program Nuru Nigeria offers farmer association members to increase household nutrition, is launching for the second consecutive year. Permagarden Training:…

Nuru Kenya Celebrates Challenges at Humentum Africa

On June 2, Nuru Kenya and Nuru Social Enterprises presented virtually for Humentum Africa. Humentum brings together international relief and development organizations to…