In Madagascar, drought is wreaking havoc and farmers are watching helplessly as the crops they need to feed their families are wiped out.
In the Menabe region in the southwest, salt water is creeping further and further into the land, making the soil unfit for cultivation.
Without sufficient water and fodder, the cattle die and the herds are decimated.
We must avoid at all costs that farmers consume all their production because this would deprive them of the seeds needed for the next harvest.
To help the farmers to face this terrible climate crisis which touches the island every year a little more,
Trains farmers to improve their techniques for water and seed efficiency.
Supports them in the acquisition and production of new plants and quality seeds and provides them with small agricultural tools to facilitate the work of the land.
Supplies equipment such as huskers, solar irrigation pumps, scales, ploughs...
Ensures soil conservation through ground cover and crop diversification through market gardening.