Our low-input, high-achieving approach means that our programmes cost as little as £30 per person per year.
We focus on training; ensuring families have the skills they need to grow food and earn an income. Where necessary, we also provide locally bought seeds, tools and livestock to support them on their journey out of poverty.
By the time our projects end, families are feeding their families and selling surplus crops. They are earning enough money to pay for their basic needs: education, better housing and healthcare. They are no longer just surviving but thriving; saving money and investing in their farms and developing small businesses that can sustain them for years to come.