Family Farming Knowledge Platform

Resilient Central America (ResCA)

Resilient Central America (ResCA)’s solution is to improve the livelihoods of these subsistence farmers by aiming to tackle two principal challenges: food security and vulnerability to climate change. Through piloting innovative solutions and by working across different scales, this program will develop new agricultural models that build resiliency to climate change, conserve natural habitats and strengthen local economies.

With partnerships across the private and public sector, ResCA is promoting systemic change and delivering scalable results across the agricultural sector.

This project is financed by the United States Department of State and the multi-donor platform AgroLAC 2025.

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Organization: The Nature Conservancy
Other organizations: United States Department of State, AgroLAC 2025
Year: 2017
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Country/ies: Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua
Geographical coverage: Central American Agricultural Council (CAC), Central American Integration System (SICA), Latin America and the Caribbean
Type: Website
Content language: English
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