We’re working hard- along with Governments, corporations and NGOs all over the world- to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by the year 2030. These 17 interconnected goals act as a blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.

Agriculture is a powerful tool for sustainable development in the world’s poorest communities, and our programs have a direct impact on 8 of the 17 global goals.


Families in the poorest region of the western hemisphere are finding economic mobility.

The isolated, rural poor are learning how to sustainably grow their own food, with surplus for income.

Technical and vocational skills are being provided to young people who can profit from them.

Women lead the vast majority of our new smallholder farms, giving them power and choice.

CFFL entrepreneur graduates are launching careers, businesses and social enterprises.

Income growth is uplifting those at the very bottom of the economic scale.

Deforested villages and farmlands are becoming green again, with thousands of new trees being cared for.

Soil and water conservation, erosion control, and wildlife habitats are being improved.