projects

sustainable food security solutions for the world’s hungry

  • democratic republic of congo

    Many families live a hand-to-mouth existence, never knowing when their next meal comes. This project will increase food production for family farms to increase access to a reliable food source and increase income so children can attend school.

    Feeding families who are affected by internal conflict and war.

  • manyatta,

    kenya

    Kenya has one of the highest rates of poverty in the world. Lack of access to food and malnutrition is frequently seen among children. This project will establish community gardens in slum areas to give families access to a constant and nutritious food source.

    Urban gardening in slum areas, providing creative solutions for access to food.

  • poi pet,

    cambodia

    Poi Pet Cambodia is home to many children living on the streets or in slums. Given their situation, they do not have the means to access nutritious food regularly which affects their development. Our project will implement school gardens to give easy access to nutritious food.

    School gardens to increase access to nutritious food for vulnerable groups.

  • papua, indonesia

    This project improves the nutrition and incomes of highland communities in Papua by building a locally-sustainable, organic vegetable production industry.

    Sustainable crop production in the Highlands

  • cambodia

    Rice-based farming is highly vulnerable in Cambodia due to reduced or late rainfall. This project will provide resources and training to farmers to diversify their crops and protect them against weather conditions.

    Increasing food security in drought prone and high famine areas to reduce starvation

  • east

    indonesia

    Rice-based farming is highly vulnerable in East Indonesia due to reduced or late rainfall. This project will provide resources and training to farmers to diversify their crops and protect them against weather conditions.

    Increasing food security in drought prone and high famine areas to reduce starvation

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