Cuts would slash fruit and vegetable benefits for families and push eligible people onto waitlists.
By investing in local economies, local peasant associations, and local solutions like agroecology, organizations are rebuilding a self-sufficient food system.
A healthy diet is out of reach for nearly half of the world’s population even while food manufacturers and global seed giants continue to report record profits.
The latest SOFI report reveals that increasing urbanization is driving significant changes in the world’s agri-food systems.
Even as food prices on the international market decline, the prices paid by consumers continue to soar. Meanwhile, many food companies are announcing record profits.
Investments in the future of Rwanda’s food systems are not only addressing the immediate needs of communities, but also their longterm resilience.