Food security for populations affected by climate change in Central America
Map of the areas of intervention:
Contribute to the Sustainable Food and Nutritional Security of Vulnerable Smallholder Families in the Central American Dry Corridor, affected by Climate Change
Vulnerable smallholder farming families in the Central American dry corridor increase their resilience to drought through better risk management at regional, national and local levels.
- Cluster #1:
Capacity building at the local level based on replicable experiences
- Cluster #2:
Implementation of Early Warning Systems (EWS) at the local level
- Cluster #3:
The capacities of national and regional DRR and FNS institutions to adequately manage drought situations have been strengthened.
- Cluster #4:
Civil society organisations and networks influence DRR, FS and resilience at local, national and regional levels based on evidence and replicable experiences.
Enfoques de valor añadido del Proyecto:
- Multi-level (local, national and regional)
- Multi-sectoral (capacity building, early warning systems)
- Multi-stakeholder (civil society and authorities)
- Strong participatory and local reference character
- Pilot character and multiplying effect
- Inclusive Approach (Active inclusion of people with disabilities)
- Gender approach
- Approach to conservation and protection of the environment