Harriet Nakabaale shows what’s possible when land—even a tiny sliver—is treated with respect and used with great care.
Large-scale land grabs threaten poor communities' access to food. In such deals, small-scale farmers are forced to leave their land, their homes, and their livelihoods.
Cassava blight, a shortage of rain in West Africa, and food prices that never went down after the food crisis in 2008 all add up to hunger for some of the world's poorest countries.
The stories of Constance Okolet and Shorbanu Khatun, two women whose lives have been torn apart by near-unprecedented storms, floods and droughts, render the chilly distance of a phrase like "the impacts of climate change" near-meaningless.