Earth Day: building resilience to climate change in Madagascar
21 April 2023
Earth Day was first celebrated in the United States on April 22, 1970, and that moment is often considered the birth of the environmental movement. Today, activities take place all around the world to mark Earth Day, making it one of the most important citizen mobilizations for the care of our planet.
Environmental protection is at the heart of the Roncalli International Foundation’s values. Many of the countries where we work are directly affected by climate change and we know that it is critical to help communities build resilience to its impacts, which is why building resilience to climate change is now one of our areas of action.
The honey produced through this initiative will be used for local consumption and to sell at the market, which will provide additional income for the farmers.
Through this project, farmers are more hopeful about the future and better informed about sustainable, ecological and resilient agricultural practices.
17 Nov 2023
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