Tag: Nuru Ethiopia

Nuru’s Agriculture Programs in Kenya and Ethiopia have launched crop operations in 2014 holding crop diversification as a central element. What is crop…

Maize and haricot beans, according to the strengths and needs assessment carried out by Nuru International’s Monitoring and Evaluation team last year, are…

Nuru Ethiopia’s Agriculture Program is founded on two basic premises. The first premise is that subsistence crops (sweet potatoes, taro, and enset[1]) that…

Creativity, inspiration and resolve. That’s the atmosphere here surrounding Nuru Ethiopia right now. We’ve just embarked on the journey to create our new…

It was about two years ago when we first began talking about “cross-pollination” at Nuru. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines cross-pollination as “the transfer…

While we have heard comments throughout the year about the education program, we wanted to know in detail how Nuru’s Education Outreach Program…

In late October and early November, a segment of the Nuru Ethiopia staff made a journey to Isebania, Kenya to learn about the…

Nuru International’s work areas in Kenya and Ethiopia are rural agrarian communities in extreme poverty. These communities are vulnerable to risks and uncertainty…

Every society has staple foods that embody its subsistence strategy. In agricultural societies, this suite of staple crops is determined by a variety…

Kristin Lindell has a bachelor’s in International Relations and two masters’ degrees in International Development and Economics. As an undergraduate, Kristin took advantage of…