Dafter Chiwaya (centre) stands with Henry Tebulo (right) and fellow committee member Peter Njunga beside one of their irrigation canals.
Copyright: WFP/Sarah Rawson
In 2004, WFP implemented a food-for-asset project in Phalombe district in southern Malawi. Ten years later, the farmers who took part in the project are self-sufficient - no longer left high and dry when the weather turns against them.
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