B4FA Fellow Samuel Hinneh reports: “I’ve seen amazing progress with my own eyes: Back in 1990, many people in Ghana went hungry. There are still pockets of hunger in some parts of the regions in Ghana, but today, hunger is almost non-existent. We make food and share food,” says Lydia Sasu, a farmer and the executive director of Development Action Association (DAA), “we’re also blessed with political stability. This is one of the clear findings of the UNFAO study: Peace is good for food security. Conflict is devastating”. See more.