1.Hunger and undernourished because of poor food access in quantity and quality. 2.Unmet basic needs (clean water, health and education, etc) 3.Marketing (sale or barter) and savings derived from self-supply.
Through: 1.Collective work: cornfields, orchards, poultry farms, bread ovens, mushroom greenhouses, piloncillo factories. 2.Local marketing processes /barter of vegetables, corn, eggs, beans, bread, mushrooms and piloncillo surpluses, represents savings for self-consumption or sales profits. 3.Technical training/follow-up for the implementation of sustainable ecotecniques(backyard orchards, fertilizers, firewood-saving ovens, environmentally friendly piloncillo factories, mushroom greenhouses)
Development of social organizational skills- Collective production management and economic resources. Improved installed capacities and technical/administrative skills- strengthened infrastructure and production of the ecotecniques. Sustaining/increasing economic income- Marketing (sale or barter) and savings derived from self-supply.