Agros International is committed to breaking the cycle of poverty for rural families in Central America and Mexico by enabling landless communities to achieve land ownership and economic stability. We have learned that the root causes of poverty extend across communities and are passed down from generation to generation, and so the Agros development model is holistic, sustainable, and focused on long term results. This commitment to the long-term sustainability of a whole community serves to break the cycle of poverty in all its forms.
Read a blog essay on how Agros defines poverty, and how that definition drives our unique development process.
How exactly does Agros seek to end rural poverty? Discover the components of the Agros development model by clicking here.