Organic food is known to be expensive in western countries. However, in the developing world, it remains the most affordable way of producing food. Organic farming also regenerates soils, improves the quality of rivers and the environment at large.

We foster the use of local and free resources to improve the self-sufficiency of our beneficiaries. Building on the techniques adopted since 2015 at our center, in 2022 we launched an organic farming training program aimed at increasing community self-reliance.

Despite all human achievements, we owe our existence to a few inches of fertile soil and the fact that it rains.

Why It Matters

Why Organic Farming Increases Rural Communities' Self-reliance


Chemical inputs are expensive to rural farmers in developing countries, and now inflation is making it much worse.

Organic farming allows them to produce their own inputs using local resources, whereby saving significant amounts of money.


Is there anything healthier that cooking food coming straight from your flourishing garden?

Organic farming adds no harmful chemicals and enables a family to eat its own production confidently.


25% of all known living beings are in the soil. Taking care of it results in insects to thrive and it even improves the quality of water.

Organic farming is a regenerative technique that bears in mind that the environment is key for human subsistence.


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Several studies have shown the competitive yields of organic farming in the tropics at large on the long term.

Nourishing the soil together with crops is a must to ensure a long-lasting mutual relationship with nature.