Families we work with are at the bottom of the social and economic ladder. Food and financial insecurity create huge pressures forcing families to break apart and undermining cultural ties. Men, young adults and sometimes entire families migrate to overcrowded cities to find work. To allow them to keep their land, relations and traditions, we encourage new livelihood opportunities. New agricultural techniques, fisheries, poultry farming, manufacture of spices and local specialities are many ways these families earn an additional income and therefore more security to invest in their children’s health and education.