One billion people are hungry and another 1 billion people are obese or suffering from life threatening disease related to under nutrition.
IFOAM’s Food Security campaign challenges policies that have led to this crisis by favoring industrial food and agriculture systems.
Organic Agriculture, by requiring few, low-cost inputs and preserving local biodiversity, is a viable system that empowers farmers to restore and uphold food security.
Organic Agriculture contributes to Zero Hunger
IFOAM believes that hunger can be eliminated in our lifetimes. This is why we have joined governments and organizations in their efforts and commitments to support UN Zero Hunger Challenge. Find out more here.
"And the soil started to breath again..."
This short documentary shows how a small farming community in South India decided to switch from their decades old practice of chemical agriculture to organic farming.