CLOSAN - Local Food Provisions Evaluation

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Whether they cook on a wood stove or a gas stove; inside a cinderblock or adobe home; or in an urban or rural area, women who are part of the project try their new recipes. Here a woman prepares lunch inside a small food store in the Pamira Parrish (Canton Guamote).
Photo Credit: 
Ilaria Lazzarini
Women farmers often have to move around to find agricultural products that can supplement their families' diets. A WFP project beneficiary and her son visit Palmira Parrish (Canton Guamote).
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Ilaria Lazzarini
Women in Alausi use their electronic cards to get food that will diversity their families' diets.
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Ilaria Lazzarini
When we are open to training, we learn how to better feed our families, work with foods, and reduce gender-based violence. Beneficiaries of the program participate in a training project about nutrition in Guamote.
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Ilaria Lazzarini
At the small growers' association Empresa Tierras Atlas in Colta, these women receive payment for their work putting together food baskets that they deliver to the WFP.
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Cecilia Perez
Changes in weather patterns mean diminished harvests, less pasture, and in general, more challenges for farmers in securing a good diet for their families and their cattle. Laguna de Colta.
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Ilaria Lazzarini
Delivery of food baskets in Alausi.
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Ilaria Lazzarini
For farmers, being part of an association allows them to open up markets and sell directly to the consumers, which also lowers prices. Storeroom of the Tierras Atlas Company (Colta).
Photo Credit: 
Ilaria Lazzarini