Our vision is a sustainable and just world, free from poverty and hunger.
For Everyone's Right to Food - our annual report 2021
2021 was another tumultuous year full of challenges, but also one full of hard work and a great deal of creativity. We know that our work has contributed to a better life for people living in poverty. We are tremendously proud of the
results our personnel and partner organisations are achieving, both individually and together.
Farmers Organisations Leading Research & Innovation(FO-RI) project launch in Tanzania
Sunflower processing unit launch in Arusha, Tanzania
Large cut in Swedish aid budget partially repaid
Sri Lankan human rights defender arrested
Food heroes and climate defenders - follow our work in the Philippines:
"The cacao has helped us a lot"
"Trees are just like human beings"
"Nature and life depend on each other"
Changing life through beekeeping - meet the people
Beekeeping – the sweet story of Drivalda
Jenin Beekeepers Cooperative Association, Palestine
Beekeeping for environmental balance
Changing life through beekeeping
Cutting climate financing catastrophic for the planet and people in poverty
We Effect and Vi Agroforestry’s new report “Climate justice” announce that small-holder farmers, the largest group of people in poverty, are among those that pay the highest price in this super crisis. They lack the right to land, technology and agricultural financing to adapt to the climate crisis.
What we do
The World's Toughest Job
A majority of the world’s poor live in rural areas and depend on agriculture to survive. The World’s Toughest Job aims to highlight the heavy workload that rests primarily on women in rural areas. Through the initiative, Anna Myhr (Sweden) has been living and working with Lina Ruto a smallholder farmer from (Baringo, Kenya).