Grinding Moringa Leaves in Jombo village, Malawi
A woman in Jombo village, Malawi, grinds Moringa leaves into a powder that is often used in porridges, stews and soups.
Moringa leaves come from nutritious trees that grow in sub-tropical climates and are most prevalent in parts of the world with high malnutrition rates. The leaves contain a variety of vitamins and nutrients, including protein, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, calcium and iron. Photographed on Wednesday, October 12, 2011.
Photo by Racine Tucker-Hamilton/Bread for the World