Young Christopher plays with a borrowed cell phone. He lives in Nicaragua, where his parents participate in a livelihoods program through Save the Children. They started producing vegetable seedlings and eventually turned profits and purchased more land. They also improved their family’s nutrition because they received support to grow corn and beans. Photo credit: Susan Warner/Save the Children, August 2016.

Young Christopher plays with a borrowed cell phone. He lives in Nicaragua, where his parents participate in a livelihoods program through Save the Children. They started producing vegetable seedlings and eventually turned profits and purchased more land. They also improved their family’s nutrition because they received support to grow corn and beans.

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