Pupils from Mabhiza School in Zimbabwe – ©BritishRedCross
With peak hunger season approaching in Southern Africa, many rural communities are once again feeling the strain.
In rural Zimbabwe alone, it’s forecast that 1.1 million will be food insecure between January and March 2018.
But one community is bucking the trend, having reaped the rewards of a Red Cross community resilience project.
A nutritious bowl of porridge is something the pupils at Mabhiza School enjoy every morning – but just six months ago this wasn’t possible.
The school in Chipinge – which teaches more than 1,600 children – had no clean wat
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