Victory Gardens in Cambodia

After his F2F victory garden endured damage from flooding, Mr. Samrith Phally and his dedicated team swiftly implemented a new design, leveraging technical expertise to aid their fellow villagers. Now, as they prepare the garden to combat the dry season in Cambodia, our Victory Garden community is poised to implement advanced growing techniques. These methods…

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Action on Poverty Asia Partners Conference

  The Face-to-Face Cambodia team was thrilled to participate in the Asia Partners Conference hosted by Action on Poverty in Hanoi, Vietnam this past week. We feel immensely honored to be part of this collaborative and impactful partnership!        

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What A Night!

The 2023 Face-to-Face Victory Gardens Benefit was a huge success, with over $90,000 raised to support our Victory Garden Campaigns in Cambodia and Malawi! Thank you to the individual donors who purchased tickets, sponsored guests to attend, donated in lieu of attending, donated during the live auction, and supported our work. Thanks to your generosity we…

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Canada Fund for Local Initiatives & F2F Cambodia

Exciting News Alert! We’re thrilled to share that thanks to the incredible generosity of the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI), our F2F Victory Garden Campaign in Cambodia is set to bloom! With CFLI’s support, we’re on a mission to make a difference in the lives of over 3,000 incredible women and girls across 1,000…

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Word Travels Fast

Our F2F Victory Garden Campaign in Cambodia is gaining interest from outside organizations. Local Cambodian youth group, PSDS, recently took part in a 3-day victory garden workshop. Here they learned the fundamentals of creating and maintaining a victory garden. The fruits of their labor resulted in the creation of a garden for the family of…

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Emergency Victory Garden Workshops

This past March, Cyclone Freddy wreaked havoc on southern Malawi impacting many of the communities where Face-to-Face works.  As rain continued to fall throughout the month, almost half of the country was faced with damage from the storm. Malawi experienced the equivalent of 3.5 feet of rain in 4 straight days.  Over 1,200 people have…

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Villagers Surviving The Storm

This is Mary David, 35, pictured here with one of her 3 children. This is what remains of their home after Cyclone Freddy tore through southern Malawi. The family is still residing in the remaining portion of the house. She’s fearful her maize field has been destroyed but since Mary is single she is staying…

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Cyclone Freddy Flood Updates: Malawi

Sadly, every year we’re finding ourselves talking about the same catastrophic events hitting the same region, and this year is no exception. Tropical Cyclone Freddy, already the longest-lived tropical storm in history, has ripped through southern Africa for the second time in a month. After smashing records for lasting so long and intensifying so often,…

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March 2023: Welcome Jason Reed!

We are pleased to be partnering with organic farm expert from USAID’s Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture program, Jason Reed. Jason will be working closely with the F2F Malawi team over the next week or two to teach new practices that focus on making current maize fields more diverse, productive, and sustainable as well as…

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