The Women of Strong Harvest

Dolores in Nicaragua

Dynamic Pastor and Headmistress of a primary school.

Language of Love:  Food

Feeds her school kids nutrient-rich moringa for lunch everyday!

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Nadege, Mariella, Sandra, and Regina in Haiti

Laughing and learning during Peer Educator training.

Teaching other mothers how to grow and use moringa to provide vitamins, minerals, and protein for their kids.

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Maria in Nicaragua

Saw her son’s health restored after a grave illness by feeding him moringa daily.

Lives in the city with no place to plant a tree – grows moringa in pots in her courtyard.

Loves making up new moringa recipes – even moringa ice cream!

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Heather, Strong Harvest U.S. Team Member

Loving kids.

Loving moringa.

Putting the two together to change lives.

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Magdalena in Tanzania

Her family has rarely been ill since they started eating moringa every day.

Passionately teaches women how moringa will transform their families’ health.

Takes her show on the road to other villages, freely sharing her knowledge.

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Suz in Haiti

Strong advocate for moringa as a totally sustainable source of good nutrition.

Growing her own moringa nursery with over 1,000 saplings.

Sharing her moringa knowledge and saplings with neighbors and friends.

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Olga (center) in Togo

Works tirelessly with her husband to teach others about moringa.

Teaches her children how to press moringa seeds for highly nutritious oil.

Cooks wonderful moringa-laden meals for her family and for their many training seminars.

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Megan, Strong Harvest U.S. Team Member

Believes in empowering other women.

Freely shares her time, her talents, and her heart to improve lives around the world.

Strong Harvest is Fighting Hunger & Poverty

Learn more . . .

At Strong Harvest we believe that everyone should have access to sustainable sources of good nutrition, clean water, and economic opportunities. 

To make this a reality, we work in partnership with developing-world communities to provide attainable, sustainable, and generational solutions to the issues of malnutrition, unsafe drinking water, and lack of economic opportunity.

Our primary tool is the moringa tree.

The solution really can be as simple as a tree!

Our Impact

Where malnutrition is most prevalent . . .

is where moringa thrives!


289 Peer Educators

Burkina Faso, Togo, Benin, Tanzania, Senegal, Uganda, South Sudan, Cameroon


74 Peer Educators



233 Peer Educators

Nicaragua, Mexico, Columbia, Canada, United States


4 Peer Educators

Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Yap, Philippines

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