Carmelita Anuba, a resident of Villa Aurora, Bohol, lost her home in the earthquake. WFP's Food-for-Work is helping them rebuild their lives though a community mushroom cultivation project.
Photo Credit: WFP Philippines/ Anthony Chase Lim
WFP’s Food-For-Work programme implemented in partnership with the Bureau of Fisheries and Agriculture and the Philippine Coconut Authority in the province of Bohol has been providing earthquake-affected community members with the opportunity to rebuild their lives through new and sustainable livelihoods. Carmelita Anuba, a mother and farmer, recalls the events of the earthquake and those that followed. She explains how WFP helped her and her family get back on their feet.
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