Food autonomy: a great challenge for over 50 years

Al lavoro nei campi per raggiungere l'autonomia alimentare

Food  autonomy  through the development of agricultural projects has been our priority for over 50 years.

We began in the mid-70s in South India, in the villages of the Javadhi Hills plateau, in the state of Tamil Nadu, to continue in Brazil, in the enormous state of Minas Gerais, and later on in the African continent: in Mozambique at Boane and in Eritrea at Bimbilnà.

Today the challenge continues in South Sudan, in the town of Juba, with the cultivation of 100 hectares by the women from a nearby refugee camp.