Community Wellbeing

community welbeing

Our work in this component strives to merge conservation concerns with livelihood and health imperatives by enhancing food, nutrition and income security of the indigenous people and local communities (IPLCs), so as to curb poverty and increase their resilience to climate change. We do this through the use of multi-benefit approaches, such as, diversified farms (beekeeping, poultry, piggery and organic food crop production), agro-food value chain development; water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), vocational training; and community health and health rights.

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