- The rural population joins forces at village level to tackle problems together and pave the way to ownership of land, to microcredits and to better education.
- Village communities gain in confidence and defend their interests vis-à-vis the local authorities and businesses.
- In the context of the climate crisis, agroecology ensures that smallholder families produce enough food to secure their livelihoods all year round and to increase their income.
- The inequality between women and men in decision-making and political participation is reduced and gender equality is promoted.
- Rural businesses are strengthened and the economic inclusion of young people is improved. Entrepreneurs create profitable markets for rural communities by improving or introducing environmentally friendly agroforestry and agroecological processes.
The Guinea-Bissau country program is co-financed by the SDC program contribution.