That’s a headline (The Guardian) that shouldn’t even exist in the year 2017. And yet climate change is putting severe pressure on already struggling populations, and disproportionately affecting the most vulnerable: women and children. BOMA’s program helps women start businesses so they can feed their families and survive drought and other emergencies. Together, we can turn the tide on poverty and hunger by building resilience among people who are bearing the brunt of climate change. Read the article, and join us in our vision of reaching 1,000,000 women and children by 2022, and making headlines like this a thing of the past. Photo: David duChemin ©The BOMA Project