Bottom up bonding

Communities are key

Rural communities own and use much of the land that surrounds them and are therefore key to preserve and regenerate natural resources in their vicinities. Their members are hugely dependent on the resources provided by land and water. They feel the urge to sustain these resources, also for future generations.

However, many communities tend to do the opposite: the limited economic opportunities offered to them (global cash crops) often lead to degradation of their environment. Which in the longer run leads to problems with farming revenues, clean water provision and biodiversity.

We support communities to find different opportunities to improve their living conditions. These are opportunties that require conservation of their natural environment. See for examples our Cases.

Understand communities

Please read this blog post on community dynamics.

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Informalities and bonding

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