Drought Response for Vulnerable Families in the Coffee and Dry Corridors
This project seeks to assist communities who have been seriously affected by drought. Families who have lost most of their crops will be given food packets and more sustainable farming techniques will be promoted. This includes product diversification and and soil and water conservation systems. It will be carried out in 3 departments in Nicaragua and will benefit 4,920 people. The project is funded by the Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies and implemented by 3 local partners: CAFENICA, ILFE and SOPPEXCCA.
- Economic Recovery and Development
- Food Aid
- Humanitarian Aid