The Living Income Community of Practice defines living income as: "The net annual income required for a household in a particular place to afford a decent standard of living for all members of that household. "Elements of a decent standard of living include: food, water, housing, education, healthcare, transport, clothing, and other essential needs including provision for unexpected events".
Rikolto contributes to closing the living income gap for farming families in the cocoa and coffee sectors. In Ecuador, Honduras, Guatemala and Peru, we co-create climate-smart solutions that contribute to family food security and business competitiveness in local and global markets. We bring producer organisations closer to industry standards and work with companies on inclusive business practices, including women and youth in value chains. Read more about our strategies:
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