Promote climate-smart agricultural practices in drought-stricken communities in the Dry Corridor. The project will improve agricultural productivity and rural livelihoods for approximately 9,000 people. Recurring droughts over the past several years have led to crop losses, severely affecting the food supply in these underserved communities. The two-year project builds on and expands an existing network of Rural Development Learning Centers (CADERs) run by Guatemala’s Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food (MAGA).
Guatemala El Progreso Department