Purchase for Progress: Malawi, Africa

Humanitarian Food Programs from the United Nations

In a fertile country bursting with life, it’s hard to believe that Malawi cannot feed itself. With an exploding population, the problem is only going to get worse in the years to come. One major problem is the lack of a structured agricultural system. The U.N.’S World Food Program is attempting to create a solution where farmers can grow food, bring it to market and make a profit to reinvest in their business; it’s called Purchase for Progress.


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Bryana Arlington

Bryana is a senior in the Television and Digital Media program at Montclair State University with a concentration in Documentary.