Our food security and livelihood projects, as well as dealing with issues regarding production, access and income, help prevent and anticipate future outbreaks of malnutrition. Projects designed to promote agricultural production and activity of local markets, support micro-enterprise initiatives, etc. In short, their goal is to improve a vulnerable community’s access to sustainable sources of food and income.
The causes of food insecurity depend on a range of factors – national and international policies that affect agricultural development or trade; food price fluctuations; pandemics like malaria or TB; armed conflict; and natural disasters and man-made disasters.
Our projects aim to promote food autonomy among the most vulnerable population groups, thus guaranteeing their food security in the short, medium and long term.