Running with Mushrooms
Running with Mushrooms
Reimagining desirable living for refugees, with Hodari Foundation
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Reimagining desirable living for refugees, with Hodari Foundation

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Today I'm chatting with Janvier Hafasha, executive director and founder of the Hodari Foundation. Based in Uganda, Hodari helps refugees in Kyaka II refugee settlement in southwestern Uganda, to become self-sufficient. They do this by teaching people, mostly women to grow and sell mushrooms.

Just a note: in this episode, we discuss themes that some might find distressing, like the refugee experience, child orphans, sexual and gender-based violence, and suicide.

Please consider supporting Hodari Foundation, by volunteering in person or from afar. There are many ways to get involved!

Get involved: https://hodarifoundation.org/get-involved/ 


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Mush love, Jess

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Running with Mushrooms
Running with Mushrooms
A series of mushroom chats sharing my research into global myco-culture. Come join Jess Jorgensen on a mushroom tour exploring how the 'shroom boom' is affecting people & environments, with bi-weekly podcasts about how to make sense of it all. Follow www.runningwithmushrooms.com