Tag: poverty

Nuru Kenya: Taking Stock Five Years After Expatriate Exit

Five years ago, Nuru International expatriates left Kenya and handed over the operations of the Nuru Kenya NGO to the local team. The…

A New Chapter For Nuru

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 30, 2020 Contact: Billy Williams | info@nuruinternational.org WASHINGTON, D.C.–– Twelve years ago, the idea of Nuru was launched in…

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:…

Hope in Uncertain Times

Hope. I have been reflecting a lot lately on how absent this word has been from people’s mouths in recent days. The darkness of…

Nuru International Applauds the Passage of Global Fragility Act

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 19, 2019 CONTACT Billy Williams | billy.williams@nuruinternational.org Washington, DC–Nuru International celebrates the passage of the bipartisan Global Fragility Act…

Empowered Parents Embrace Exclusive Breastfeeding

Nuru Kenya works toward improving maternal and child healthcare in line with Sustainable Development Goal #3: Good Health and Well-Being. Each year, Nuru…

Nuru Kenya Leads the Charge at the AMEA Global Convening in Nairobi, Kenya

One of the key components of the Nuru model to eradicate extreme poverty in fragile, rural areas is through investment in local farmer…

Important Global Fragility Act passes in the US House of Representatives

Costa Mesa, CA– Nuru International celebrates the passage of the bipartisan Global Fragility Act of 2019 (GFA), by Representatives Eliot Engel (D-NY), Mike…