What are Kenoli partners doing during COVID- 19? kenoliadmin
What are Kenoli partners doing during COVID- 19?
A Salvadoran woman shows how she shares her crops with her neighbors during times of food insecurity.
Young people in El Salvador growing healthy nutritious vegetables in a greenhouse for their community.
ACIDES delivered Food supplies to members of ACOMANZANA cooperative and to the Obrajuelences women’s group. They also provided accompaniment to the women from San José Obrajuelo, who had started the establishment of family gardens and tilapia ponds.
Families from Bajo Lempa in El Salvador harvested corn and vegetables. They have also started the second planting cycle of corn, for which MANGLE has provided them with agricultural inputs, fertilizers, economic support and technical assistance with the Kenoli funds.
A young indigenous mayor in Guatemala shows her community survival strategy to confront the COVID-19 crisis.
An indigenous Mayan woman in Guatemala shows the food security conditions of her family during the COVID-19 crisis.
A Mayan woman in Guatemala shows how the training and the new housing improvements have helped her and her family to improve living conditions, hygiene and health.
To avoid malnutrition, AMDV has provided food aid to 175 families who live in poverty and who participate in the Kenoli sponsored early childhood development program. This includes pregnant women and small children.
In order to minimize the impact of the pandemic and guarantee food security CEPROSI provided food packages to 45 families of the 5 communities that are part of the CEPROSI-Kenoli project.
ODESAR in Esquipulas, Matagalpa has carried out awareness campaigns on the prevention of COVID-19 in the different communities in which they work. They provided posters on the measures to avoid coronavirus, talks to children on the correct washing of hands, as well as experience exchanges on the use of medicinal plants.
Fundación Somoto in Nicaragua delivered fruit trees for family gardens and chicken wire for chicken coops so families from the communities of Hermanos Martinez and Aguas Calientes can secure their food. They also started the training processes with the families taking into account all the prevention measures, including social distancing, to avoid COVID-19.