PROSADE

PROSADE CARE’s PROSADE ( Promoting Food Security in Choluteca and Rio Negro Watersheds) project in southern Honduras seeks to expand local food production, guarantee access to safe and reliable water, and promote good sanitation and hygiene practices. The situation Access to food is extremely limited in southern Honduras due to extreme levels of poverty, low…

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LINKAGES: Linking Initiatives, Stakeholders and Knowledge to Achieve Gender-Sensitive Livelihood Security

LINKAGES Linking Initiatives, Stakeholders and Knowledge to Achieve Gender-Sensitive Livelihood Security CARE Canada’s LINKAGES program will strengthen local economies, increase access to nutritious food and improve equality between women and men. While women around the world are key food producers, they often earn little money and are chronically malnourished. Improving gender equality in households and…

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PROLEMPA Project

PROLEMPA Project Promoting economic development for women and youth in Honduras Project Snapshot PROLEMPA (Promoting Rural Economic Development for Women and Youth in the Lempa Region of Honduras) Goal: To improve the economic well-being of small-scale farmers and business owners, in particular women, youth and indigenous people, in the Honduran Dry Corridor Target group: 3,000…

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FEED Project

FEED Project Promoting economic development for women and youth in Honduras Project Snapshot PROLEMPA (Promoting Rural Economic Development for Women and Youth in the Lempa Region of Honduras) Goal: To improve the economic well-being of small-scale farmers and business owners, in particular women, youth and indigenous people, in the Honduran Dry Corridor Target group: 3,000…

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Food Sufficiency for Farmers (FSF) Project

Food Sufficiency for Farmers (FSF) Project Project Snapshot PROLEMPA (Promoting Rural Economic Development for Women and Youth in the Lempa Region of Honduras) Goal: To improve the economic well-being of small-scale farmers and business owners, in particular women, youth and indigenous people, in the Honduran Dry Corridor Target group: 3,000 small-scale farmers and business owners…

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