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  • 1. FEAR AND LOANING IN KENYA: THE FINANCIAL LIVES OF SMALLHOLDER FARMERS Carlyn A. James McGill University Anthropology Presenter: Prof. Leigh Brownhill, McGill University International Food Security Dialogue 2014 Enhancing Food Production, Gender Equity and Nutritional Security in a Changing World
  • 2. Many thanks to the sponsors of this Food Security Dialogue: Many thanks to the sponsors and contributors to the KARI-McGill Food Security Project:
  • 3. Watema Self-Help Group
  • 4. KARI seed varieties
  • 5. Mumbuni Self-Help Group
  • 6. Watema Self-Help Group
  • 7. Eetu Akitondo Women’s Group
  • 8. Dried up Kaiti River, Makueni County
  • 9. Filling out the Guest Book in the 3K’s Self-Help Group
  • 10. A member of the 3K’s Self-Help Group in Kivani, Makueni County
  • 11. Makongo Hills, Makueni County
  • 12. A member Watema Self-Help Group who drew the “yes” slip, meaning she will be taking home the group loan this month.