Tag: Nuru Ethiopia

Overcoming drought, Nuru Ethiopia cooperatives launch 2016 planting season

After a tough year of drought in 2015, Nuru Ethiopia Agriculture, in partnership with farmer-owned, farmer-run cooperatives, is offering a comprehensive loan package…

Favorite Childhood Books of Nuru Education Staff #WorldBookandCopyrightDay

As the world celebrates World Book and Copyright Day on Saturday, April 23rd, members of the Nuru Education team reflect on what books…

Growing up in a world with(out) storybooks #BookDay

One of my favorite book series when I was growing up was C.S. Lewis’ “The Chronicles of Narnia.” In these books, children from…

Are you reading this headline in your native language?

In the buildup to the primaries for U.S. president, Donald Trump criticized Jeb Bush for speaking Spanish, saying “We’re a nation that speaks…

2015 Year in Review

The world is wrestling with some very difficult challenges after this year. ISIS, Al Qaeda and their affiliates are daily growing in strength…

Relentlessly devoted to farmer family health in 2015

In 2015, the Nuru Healthcare team was relentlessly devoted to helping farmer families prevent illness and move toward better health through positive behavior…

Nuru Education: 2015 Year in Review

The past year has been a year of growth, iteration and achievement for Nuru Education. Nuru Kenya Education began completed its fourth year…

Can rural farmers cope with drought and famine?

El Niño has disrupted normal weather conditions and crop production in many parts of the world and across East Africa. This global weather…

Nuru Ethiopia Education conducts first teacher training

After a very successful Training of Trainers (ToT) with woreda (district) education officials, school directors, cluster supervisors and language department heads in October,…

Promoting community health in Ethiopia through servant leadership

The heart of the Thanksgiving holiday and living out servant leadership walk hand in hand in my mind: both are a posture of…