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Oikos’ activity benefits some 380,000 people annually through humanitarian projects, and the promotion of Sustainable Life and Global Citizenship.

As an annual average, Oikos provides support for 85,283 families worldwide at a cost of €93 per family.

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Cuba – Agro-energy farming cooperatives for sustainable development in rural areas
13.384
1.487 families need support

Cuba – Agro-energy farming cooperatives for sustainable development in rural areas

€93 = support for 1 family for 1 year
This project will benefit some 14,871 families!

The search for alternative energy sources is increasingly common and pressing. The effects that have been progressively being felt due to climate change underline the importance of sustainability, in terms of both energy and the environment, as a subject that needs to be urgently researched and discussed.

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Nicaragua – Local initiatives for the sustainable production of Creole birds
8.024
892 families need support

Nicaragua – Local initiatives for the sustainable production of Creole birds

93€ = support for 1 family for 1 year
This project will benefit some 8.916 families!

The goal of this new Oikos project in Nicaragua is to improve food safety in these municipalities by increasing the production of Creole birds in sustainable fashion and using low cost strategies.
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Honduras – For a healthy house – air quality and respiratory diseases in poor homes
10.482
161 families need support

Honduras – For a healthy house – air quality and respiratory diseases in poor homes

93€ = support for 1 family for 1 year
This project will benefit some 10.643 families!

This project targets awareness-raising and the combat of non-communicable diseases, which are increasingly recurrent in poor Honduran homes. The health and nutrition indicators show high morbidity rates for non-communicable diseases caused by shortfalls in basic environmental sanitation and by the inadequate distribution of human resources working in the field of health, making universal access to local health services an impossibility.
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