ICOD Action Network believes that working with communities to grow and share healthy food helps cultivate healthy communities able to sustain themselves in future. Since 2008, we have been using community organizing and agriculture as a catalyst for social change by bringing people together across social, economic, and cultural barriers.
ICOD ACTION NETWORK staff have been able to produce
6325 jackfruit trees in 2013 all of which were distributed free of charge to
school children. We are committed to the idea that food and fruits should be available to
everyone, regardless of social and economic status. We worked hard in 2013 to
ensure that food trees are freely distributed to school children in schools in
rural and youth.
To go to our campaign, click in the Image above or this link HERE