1700 people, including 800 women, took part in the regeneration of their environment. Faced with the advancing desert and security tensions in the region, local communities are mobilizing to maintain their way of life and food security.
7,000 people, including 3,800 women, have been able to improve their food security thanks to in-depth work on agroecological practices. They can now sell their produce and increase their income.
Food sovereignty and education & training
A vocational training center in agroecology and animal husbandry has opened its doors. It enables young unemployed girls and boys to receive training and gain access to employment.