In Nicaragua and Guatemala, over 1,000 families were supported to secure access to land.
In Pakistan, Guatemala, Kenya, Malawi and Zimbabwe over 30,000 families in our projects grew and ate a wider range of foods.
In Honduras, communities succeeded in having two local authorities adopt a declaration to keep their municipalities mining free to protect their land.
Across nine countries, almost 105,000 families learned sustainable farming and environmental management techniques to make them more resilient.
In Malawi, almost 6,000 households have started using mulching to improve soil fertility.
In Malawi, Trócaire partner organisations advocated successfully for a Disaster Risk Management Policy ensuring that the government will invest in increasing people’s resilience to disasters.