Two billion. That’s the number of people in rural communities who are struggling to survive on less than $2 per day.
Many of them are farming to feed the rest of the world, yet they aren’t getting enough to eat. Many live hundreds of miles from accessible markets, without the roads to reach them. With few choices, they’re forced to sell their hard-earned crops at rock-bottom prices.
But there’s a way out of this cycle of grinding poverty.