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This community-based poultry project was established to create jobs that empower youth and women while alleviating economic distress. The project specializes in producing and selling meat and eggs in Bhutan, where a broken food system heavily relies on importation.
Bhutan is incredibly impoverished, and most people’s income is just barely enough to keep food on their tables and a roof over their heads. The majority of the region is Buddhist, who don’t believe in killing other living creatures, and 80% of meat consumed here is imported from India or Thailand. This self-sustaining farming business will empower our team members to fund WIN activities and programs.
More recently, many of our team have been permanently laid off from their...
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