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Maximizing Short-Term Livelihood Resilience

Maximizing Short-Term Livelihood Resilience of Small-Holder Farmers in Times of Unprecedented Food Security Crisis

The Food Heritage Foundation (FHF), is implementing the intervention: “Maximizing short-term livelihood resilience of small-holder farmers in times of unprecedented food security crisis”, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the Agriculture and Rural Empowerment (ARE) Activity. This project will be implemented throughout Lebanon, in response to the increasing food and agricultural input prices related to the economic downturn, the impacts of climate change, and natural disasters.

This project aims at strengthening the resilience and adaptive capacities of farmers and rural communities, while respecting the three sustainability pillars: Socio-territorial (gender mainstreaming, transparent and equitable cooperation mechanisms), Agro-ecological (reliable and safe agricultural inputs, preservation of ecosystems, climate change mitigation), and Economic levels (profitability, fairness for all stakeholders).