Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras

by Red COMAL
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras
Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras

Project Report | Nov 27, 2023
Seventh Quarterly Report for GlobalGiving

By Donaldo Zuniga | Project Leader

 

COMAL Network

 

November 27, 2023

 

Seventh Quarterly Report for GlobalGiving

 

Project Title: Stop hunger for indigenous families in Honduras (53804)

 

The "El Niño" phenomenon has generated drought in the middle of the year and excess rainfall in recent months in most of the country, limiting the establishment of basic grain crops in the first cycle, some producers who planted maize and beans first had low yields due to lack of water. Those who sowed postrera (September), have faced the problem of excess water that can affect crops especially beans.

 Main achievements:

 It has contributed to the food sovereignty of farming families by improving their food diet and generating income from the commercialization of surplus production.

 During this quarter, project resources have been invested in support for 20 families producing basic grains in communities in southern Honduras. Some families have been affected by the excess rainfall, especially in bean crops. With regard to the corn crop, the rains have been favorable and a good corn harvest is expected. A total of 15 hectares of corn and bean crops have been established.

 Despite the economic limitations, we have continued to provide technical support to affiliated community organizations in the implementation of agroecological practices for crop management and in support of community granaries.

 On behalf of the farming families, we reiterate our gratitude to all the donors who, through GlobalGiving, continue to contribute to improving the quality of life in rural Honduras.

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Organization Information

Red COMAL

Location: Siguatepeque, Comayagua - Honduras
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Project Leader:
Donaldo Zuniga
Siguatepeque , Comayagua Honduras
$25,163 raised of $60,000 goal
 
306 donations
$34,837 to go
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