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The intersection between Food Security and Climate Change

In the run up to the 28th conference of the parties to the International Climate Convention (COP28), there has been particular attention to the intersection between climate change and inclusive food security. In its advocacy strategy, We are Able! identified the high vulnerability of persons with disabilities in changing climatic conditions, such as droughts, floods and unpredictable rainfalls.
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Anne Marie’s journey: from exclusion to empowerment

At the age of 41, Anne Marie is not just a devoted teacher but also an ardent advocate for people with disabilities. Driven by her own experiences and through her active participation in the We are Able! initiative and the Communal Community Development Committee (CCDC), she's been instrumental in reshaping the community's approach towards inclusivity.
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We are Able! at the mid-term: insights, challenges, and prospects

The We are Able! project (funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs), which promotes disability inclusive food security in six African countries — Burundi, DR Congo, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Sudan and Uganda, is now halfway its implementation. We talked to Peter Das of ZOA, who leads the Monitoring & Evaluation team, about the mid-term review, the hurdles, accomplishments and what's next.
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We are Able! project participants featured in Zero Hunger special

Participants in We are Able! projects in Uganda tell their personal stories in the autumn edition of Vice Versa Global Magazine: the Zero Hunger special.* In this special, Vice Versa Global highlights stories of how people in Africa embrace sustainable approaches that ensure availability of locally produced food.
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