help break the cycle of poverty
Some of the biggest tools to fight poverty come from the simplest solutions – training, loans, seeds, animals, and access to marketplaces. Helping people provide for themselves creates change that can be seen for generations. Women in particular experience the positive effects by being able to enter a marketplace previously closed to them and providing dependable income, self-reliance, and even safety, to them and their children.
Today the ADRA’s Food security project in Central Sulawesi is entering a “school without a wall” of Farmers Field School (FFS) in vegetable and
ADRA Indonesia is implementing the Recovery of Economy for Earthquake Affected Families (REEF) Project in the Sigi district. REEF project funded and supported by
Entering the 1st Phase of Project Implementation of Canadian Food-grains bank initiated the livelihood project in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, “REAF: Food Security Enhancement and Livelihood