|Title||Measuring farmer’s agroecological resistance in the wake of Hurricane Mitch|
|Content||This study, published in 2001 by IIED, is the outcome of a participatory action research carried out in cooperation with the Campesino a Campesino, a farmer-led sustainable agriculture movement in Latin America. It compares the sustainability of conventional to agroecological farms after Hurricane Mitch, covering 360 communities of smallholders from southern Nicaragua to eastern Guatemala.
|Type of initiative||Case Studies|
|South America||Guatemala, Nicaragua|