Red Cross promotes Biodynamic Farming to aid displaced people

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The International Committee of the Red Cross is promoting Biodynamic Farming in the Philippines as one aid solution that can help support people displaced by armed conflicts, according to The Manila Times.

Biodynamic and organic farming methods, for a holistic ecological and ethical approach to farming, food and nutrition, have been taught by the world renowned humanitarian organisation, in order to help those receiving aid become self-sufficient.

“Compared to conventional farming, it’s more environmentally friendly, cheaper and healthier, too,” says the agriculturist leading the Red Cross aid project.

Click here to read the full story in The Manila Times.