Our work builds economically sustainable and resilient households. We establish village-based savings and loan schemes, and train producers and farmers to improve their crops, overcome market barriers and increase their profits. We also help communities adapt to climate change. Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) is a land restoration technique which restores trees and shrubs from living stumps and roots in degraded forest areas. By carefully pruning new stems sprouting from tree stumps, farmers bring new life to seemingly barren land.
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