9. Community projects

Through our community development projects, we engage with small, marginalized famers in the communities where we are present according to the “creating shared value” concept. We share technology and best practices along with our nutritional solutions, empowering small farmers to raise themselves out of poverty – in a sustainable way. Our RoadMap 2025 target is to engage with 12,000 famers through these projects.

Ibadan Nigeria community development

Our Catfish Sustainability Project (CSP) in Nigeria has produced outstanding success since 2015 by promoting income generating opportunities for small-scale fish farmers. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the program continued to enable participating farmers to improve sales and income; average profit increased from 27% in 2019 to 34.8% in 2020. Farmers also achieved an impressive average catfish survival rate of 93.5% during the year.

La Fragua Guatemala community development project

In an area of Guatemala with the sixth-highest rate of chronic malnutrition in the world, our PLUMAS community development project aims to empower women to produce eggs – an extremely rich but very affordable source of protein. While the situation in LaFragua became more complex in 2020, due to COVID-19 and extreme weather, women in the project were able to feed their families with the eggs they produced and sustain themselves by selling eggs in their communities.


1. Introduction
2. Who we are
3. What we do
4. Our partners
5. 2020 At a glance
6. Our dilemmas
7. Our guiding compass
8. Staying relevant
9. Community projects
10. About this report