Food Security

Goal: Zero hunger

Mission inclusion supports organizations that work with vulnerable populations experiencing food insecurity in Québec and around the world, providing access to sufficient amounts of varied and nutritious food that meets their nutritional needs and helps them lead an active, healthy life.

Goal: Zero hunger

Mission inclusion supports organizations that work with vulnerable populations experiencing food insecurity in Québec and around the world, providing access to sufficient amounts of varied and nutritious food that meets their nutritional needs and helps them lead an active, healthy life.

IN QUÉBEC

Le Filon

Lévis, Chaudière-Appalaches

Isolation and lack of access to a variety of resources affect many families. Le Filon  responds to these needs by offering an open and dynamic living environment, creating collective bonds rich in meaning. The organization offers group purchasing, collective kitchens, barter spaces, various garden models, and more. By supporting Le Filon, Mission inclusion is helping to build a united, creative and fair community.

Carrefour-Ressources

Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Sainte-Anne-des-Monts

Active in the MRC de La Haute-Gaspésie, Carrefour-Ressources works to increase the autonomy and skills of low-income families and individuals.

Carrefour-Ressources acts on several fronts, but it is above all their collective kitchen groups that Mission inclusion supports. These groups are part of an approach aimed at food autonomy, but lie rooted in solidarity and human dignity.

Projet Harmonie

Mercier-Ouest, Montréal

Mission inclusion supports Projet Harmonie and its innovative urban agriculture and sustainable development project, Vert l’harmonie, which aspires to increase community participation, revitalization and environmental education. .

The organization has created a multifunctional green garden that serves as both a place dedicated to environmental awareness (through planned activities in the three-season community greenhouse) and as a space for children and families to socialize and play.

AU QUÉBEC

Le Filon

Lévis, Chaudière-Appalaches

Isolation and lack of access to a variety of resources affect many families. Le Filon  responds to these needs by offering an open and dynamic living environment, creating collective bonds rich in meaning. The organization offers group purchasing, collective kitchens, barter spaces, various garden models, and more. By supporting Le Filon, Mission inclusion is helping to build a united, creative and fair community.

Carrefour-Ressources

Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Sainte-Anne-des-Monts

Active in the MRC de La Haute-Gaspésie, Carrefour-Ressources works to increase the autonomy and skills of low-income families and individuals.

Carrefour-Ressources acts on several fronts, but it is above all their collective kitchen groups that Mission inclusion supports. These groups are part of an approach aimed at food autonomy, but lie rooted in solidarity and human dignity.

Projet Harmonie

Mercier-Ouest, Montréal

Mission inclusion supports Projet Harmonie and its innovative urban agriculture and sustainable development project, Vert l’harmonie, which aspires to increase community participation, revitalization and environmental education. .

The organization has created a multifunctional green garden that serves as both a place dedicated to environmental awareness (through planned activities in the three-season community greenhouse) and as a space for children and families to socialize and play.

INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVES

Mali

Support for food production

80% of Mali’s economy relies on agriculture, animal husbandry and fishing. Rains in recent years have been significantly lower than expected, resulting in a food crisis.

Burkina Faso

Innovation and Mobilization for Food Security (IMSA)

Burkina Faso is faced with the permanent challenge of ensuring sustainable food security for its population in a context of desertification and soil degradation.

Peru

Innovation and Mobilization for Food Security (IMSA)

In 2013, the Peruvian government identified food and nutritional security as a fundamental right, associated with the right to life.

Bolivia

Innovation and mobilization for food security (IMSA)

In 2009, Bolivia declared food security as a fundamental right for all the population.

DANS LE MONDE

Mali

Support for food production

80% of Mali’s economy relies on agriculture, animal husbandry and fishing. Rains in recent years have been significantly lower than expected, resulting in a food crisis.

Burkina Faso

Innovation and Mobilization for Food Security (IMSA)

Burkina Faso is faced with the permanent challenge of ensuring sustainable food security for its population in a context of desertification and soil degradation.

Peru

Innovation and Mobilization for Food Security (IMSA)

In 2013, the Peruvian government identified food and nutritional security as a fundamental right, associated with the right to life.

Bolivia

Innovation and mobilization for food security (IMSA)

In 2009, Bolivia declared food security as a fundamental right for all the population.

Action to support food security

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