Alphonce Nzuki (53) waters the tomato plants on his family's small farm in Makueni County, Kenya. (Photo by Jake Lyell, for Lutheran World Relief)
Mary Muinde (20), Regina Mwangangi's daughter-in-law, farms in the family's soil-rehabilitating zai pits on their farm. (Photo by Jake Lyell, for Lutheran World Relief)
Agnes Nduku (46) and her husband Alphonce Nzuki (53) hold freshly harvested tomatoes on their family's small farm. (Photo by Jake Lyell, for Lutheran World Relief)
In Haiti, buckets are an important tool to prevent the spread of cholera. IMA World Health works with partners in Haiti to distribute buckets, water purification supplies, and conduct sanitation and hygiene education activities.
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, IMA World Health is working to prevent the spread of Ebola through improved sanitation and hygiene, repairing latrines and rehabilitating water sources and hand-washing stations.
IMA consultant Woody Collins teaches a villager how to use his new household LifeStraw filtration system. (Photo by Crystal Stafford, for IMA World Health)