CJI works with Jesuit and other partners rooted in the Jesuit tradition to support communities in their struggles for peace and social justice in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean. CJI supports projects in many areas, including education, pastoral care, social services, community development, sustainable agriculture, humanitarian aid and human rights.
Tag Archive for sustainable agriculture
The challenge of balancing short term food problems with long term agricultural problems is an urgent concern for Zambia today. Following an unanticipated drought situation, a situation proceeded the year earlier by too much rain and damaging flood conditions, there is a drastic shortfall in our basic food commodity, maize. As a consequence, an estimated two million Zambians are at risk of famine.
SCIAF has worked with partners in Zambia since 1985 covering a range of projects. We currently work with four partners on the Scottish Government funded Kulima Programme implementing a sustainable: Caritas Livingstone; Kasisi Agriculture Training Centre (KATC); Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR); Caritas Mongu
El Salvador is the smallest country in Central America and the most crowded in the region. Civil war, devastating earthquakes and huge income inequalities have shaped El Salvador over the last three decades. Climate change has had a harsh impact in rural areas where floods, droughts and storms are always felt with greater severity.
SCIAF has worked in El Salvador for over 20 years on a range of projects including sustainable agriculture, empowering people with disabilities and recovery from natural disasters. We currently have three partners working with us on three projects: Jesuit Development Service (JDS); CESTA (Friends of the Earth El Salvador; COMUS