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Olivier Iranyumviye (10) son of Alphonsine Niyonzima (21) with the chickens they have bought with the profits of her business, thanks to investment from the Graduation Programme. At their home in Mabayi, Cibitoke. Photo: Abbie Trayler-Smith / Concern Worldwide

Six chickens

Concern supports the school in providing a nutritious breakfast and lunch ensuring students have a healthy balanced diet. Kenya Photo: Jennifer Nolan / Concern Worldwide

School fees

Violette Bukeyeneza (45) with the pig she has bought from the profits of her business at her home in Bukinanyana, Cibitoke, Burundi. She is a beneficiary of tthe Graduation programme and her business has gone from strength to strength. Photo: Abbie Trayler-Smith / Concern Worldwide


Malita Isaac (25) is part of the Ubale Care Group Model, which was set up in 2016, and advises its members on nutrition, including the benefits of the six major food groups, as well as advising on health and sanitation. Photo: Jason Kennedy / Concern Worldwide.

Avocado trees