Food Security through Climate Adapted Agricultural Development in the High Andes
The project seeks to reduce food insecurity by strengthening 180 (900 men and women, and 150 children under 5 years) families? by promoting sustainable agricultural development and adaptation to climate change that improves access to nutritional food and enhances economic self-sufficiency. The project seeks 3 outcomes: 1) Increasing agricultural productivity 2) Improve daily practices of handling, storage and preparation of food and hygiene habits 3) Enhance access to lifelong food supply. The project is funded by FRB and is implemented by CEDINCO.