Alif Foundation is committed to ensuring communities have access to a sustainable and dignified livelihoods.
Through our work, we address issues such as low income, food insecurity, environmental degradation, high youth unemployment, over dependency on unreliable rainfall, poor farming methods and disaster vulnerability.
To address the gaps in achieving sustainable livelihoods, we enable communities to access information and resources about improved farming methods, marketing initiatives, crop handling and storage and environmental conservation. We also support communities to learn business skills and promote village savings and loans groups.
During emergencies, we ensure that affected communities have access to relief supplies and support them to bounce back through recovery initiatives like seed and small livestock provision, coupled with Disaster Risk Reduction measures.
Income generation (access)
In income generation, programs aim to improve household access to food by increasing non-farm income and savings. To achieve this objective, interventions include micro finance programs and increased cash crop production.
In the agricultural sector, AF programs aim to improve household food availability by increasing staple food and livestock production, nurturing home gardening, improving storage facilities and investing in agricultural infrastructure.
In natural resource management, Alif Foundation promotes agricultural sustainability through projects in soil and water conservation, reforestation, and improved agricultural practices. In peacebuilding, Alif Foundation promotes justice through peace and reconciliation programming