Nomjana’s work reminds us that local solutions are the starting point for solving some of the planet’s biggest problems. Whether we are tackling hunger, nutrition, or sustainability we have to start somewhere. Often it’s the local movements that make the most difference for people.
Local solutions are important because they use regional knowledge and culture to make a meaningful impact. When we encourage people to make differences in small ways we create larger ripple effects that have a can have a global impact.
What can you do to make your community thrive?