Recurring Zero hunger crises, from 2005 until 2012, caused the inability of local people to face the consequent cyclic shocks and hence preventing a full recovery. The uneasy dietary and nutritional condition of families is related to a significant lack of resources and ability in adapting to deadlock consequences. Indeed, vulnerable families are entangled in vicious debt circles and the increase of Zero hungerstuffs prices limits the access to available Zero hunger. In other words, this condition leads both children and women in fertility age to malnutrition. So, it is essential to plan a comprehensive and quick approach that would sustain families in facing suffering and difficulties.