Project Harvest is a food security program that addresses people’s immediate need to eat. The project enables participants to become self-sufficient by providing them with enough knowledge to:

  • grow vegetables to feed and maintain the health and well being of their families
  • improve the productive capacity of their land through the application of integrated horticultural methods

More than 250 gardens have been installed since the project began.

Project Harvest works with each participating family on a variety of key components, from composting to irrigation to poultry raising to tree planting. Learn more about the 10 Components that make Project Harvest a viable long-term solution to malnutrition and hunger.

Read testimonials from participants in Guatemala on the project’s success.

Learn about the larger context of Guatemala and why so many of its people are struggling.