Chris de Bode featured in China Philanthropist magazine

Chris de Bode‘s creative coverage of the activities of Farm Africa, an international non-profit which helps empower women and provide income for rural communities around the world, in Uganda and Ethiopia has been published in China Philanthropist magazine. To view the full set, please click here.

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