Family Chicken Farms and Food Security in Central America

Family Chicken Farms and Food Security in Central America

Central America is experiencing the greatest food shortage and hunger crisis in over 100 years. The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated the already fragile health and economic systems of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. International organizations are estimating an increase in hunger of over 240% and an increase of over 34% in extreme poverty. 

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The majority of families in Central America are subsistence farmers that cultivate corn, beans, and sorghum to feed their families and generate family income. Providing agricultural inputs for family farms and business startup essentials for chicken farm businesses are two ways ENLACE is helping the most vulnerable families to navigate this crisis.

By supporting ENLACE through your orders in the Spring Collection, vulnerable families will be able to feed themselves, care for their neighbors, and grow hope in their communities.

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Learn more about ENLACE's pandemic response.


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