A Cuban project helps reduce the adverse effects of climate change and increasing food security through managing natural resources in a sustainable manner.
With new eco-stoves that retain heat longer and are easier to oversee, thousands of indigenous people in Brazil are able to lead healthier lives.
A program of land grants and farmers' training is helping Cuba increase its domestic food production and protect its food supply from vulnerabilities.
A UNDP project is helping bring electricity to rural areas in Honduras.
By revamping coffee cultivation, producers are reforesting land and improving their living conditions.
A project with the Panama Canal Authority is helping farmers obtain land deeds and promoting sustainable use of the region's resources.
Micro-hydropower plants are bringing renewable energy to Nicaraguan villages and helping residents start small businesses.
An environmental initiative in Nicaragua is helping local communities learn how to better use and conserve water resources.
Residents of the Pearl Islands were introduced to new practices to help reverse the negative economic impacts of global warming and resources mismanagement.
Cooking over a wood fire has always been the norm here. In the poorer areas of Peru, families live in houses made of clay walls and earthen floors. They eat, sleep and relax in one common space.