Our project seeks to increase the ability of quinoa farmers in Bolivia and help them adapt to the changing climate and economy conditions.
We want to support the development of sustainable farming systems of two selected farming communities in Bolivia, which have quinoa production as their main crop. Our project's aim is to build an efficient water and soil management system as well as a crop diversity management system in order to support quinoa farmers’ initiatives. Our project seeks to increase the ability of Bolivian quinoa producers to adapt to the changing climate and economy conditions by supporting new technologies and automated management systems, especially related to maintaining crop diversity and crop rotation. We also want to strengthen local initiatives using participatory approaches at the farm and community levels to integrate technical research combined with local knowledge.