Due to the over-exploitation and unequal access to basic resources such as water, food and land, the effects of climate change and social crises at the global level that have increased in the last decade (UNESCO, 2020) are added. This poses a global food security problem that currently affects 135 million people severely (FSIN, 2020).
This phenomenon, together with the increase in the damage caused by climate change in agroecology, has altered the reproductive cycles of crops due to the increase in global temperature and the difficulty of meeting their water demand, putting food security at risk. (FAO, 2021). Furthermore, these conditions accelerate demographic aging in rural areas and demand for resources in urban areas (IOM, 2021).
However, they are insufficient, so it is necessary to direct these transformation efforts towards a more sustainable life through actions that can be carried out in small spaces and that involve communities directly and continuously.
By providing alternatives that reinforce basic services, compliance with the human rights of the population is guaranteed by applying sustainability criteria in projects to support families.