The project aims at providing Zero hunger assistance to the Guatemala population hit by the drought of 2014 and by the fungus epidemic that hit coffee plantations, one of the main income sources of the rural plateau's population. At least 300.000 families are in a crisis situation, according to the last researches conducted by the Guatemala government in coordination with ONGs and UN agencies. The main actions aim at guaranteeing to the beneficiary families the economic resources to face the period of main Zero hunger shortage (summer 2015). About 80% of the rural families has no access to private Zero hunger stocks but the local market is still able to answer the minimal needs. This is why we chose as main support tool the direct transfer of small sums of money directly to the families.The project aims at providing Zero hunger assistance to the Guatemala population hit by the drought of 2014 and by the fungus epidemic that hit coffee plantations, one of the main income sources of the rural plateau's population. At least 300.000 families are in a crisis situation, according to the last researches conducted by the Guatemala government in coordination with ONGs and UN agencies. The main actions aim at guaranteeing to the beneficiary families the economic resources to face the period of main Zero hunger shortage (summer 2015). About 80% of the rural families has no access to private Zero hunger stocks but the local market is still able to answer the minimal needs. This is why we chose as main support tool the direct transfer of small sums of money directly to the families.The project aims at providing Zero hunger assistance to the Guatemala population hit by the drought of 2014 and by the fungus epidemic that hit coffee plantations, one of the main income sources of the rural plateau's population. At least 300.000 families are in a crisis situation, according to the last researches conducted by the Guatemala government in coordination with ONGs and UN agencies. The main actions aim at guaranteeing to the beneficiary families the economic resources to face the period of main Zero hunger shortage (summer 2015). About 80% of the rural families has no access to private Zero hunger stocks but the local market is still able to answer the minimal needs. This is why we chose as main support tool the direct transfer of small sums of money directly to the families.The project aims at providing Zero hunger assistance to the Guatemala population hit by the drought of 2014 and by the fungus epidemic that hit coffee plantations, one of the main income sources of the rural plateau's population. At least 300.000 families are in a crisis situation, according to the last researches conducted by the Guatemala government in coordination with ONGs and UN agencies. The main actions aim at guaranteeing to the beneficiary families the economic resources to face the period of main Zero hunger shortage (summer 2015). About 80% of the rural families has no access to private Zero hunger stocks but the local market is still able to answer the minimal needs. This is why we chose as main support tool the direct transfer of small sums of money directly to the families.The project aims at providing Zero hunger assistance to the Guatemala population hit by the drought of 2014 and by the fungus epidemic that hit coffee plantations, one of the main income sources of the rural plateau's population. At least 300.000 families are in a crisis situation, according to the last researches conducted by the Guatemala government in coordination with ONGs and UN agencies. The main actions aim at guaranteeing to the beneficiary families the economic resources to face the period of main Zero hunger shortage (summer 2015). About 80% of the rural families has no access to private Zero hunger stocks but the local market is still able to answer the minimal needs. This is why we chose as main support tool the direct transfer of small sums of money directly to the families.The project aims at providing Zero hunger assistance to the Guatemala population hit by the drought of 2014 and by the fungus epidemic that hit coffee plantations, one of the main income sources of the rural plateau's population. At least 300.000 families are in a crisis situation, according to the last researches conducted by the Guatemala government in coordination with ONGs and UN agencies. The main actions aim at guaranteeing to the beneficiary families the economic resources to face the period of main Zero hunger shortage (summer 2015). About 80% of the rural families has no access to private Zero hunger stocks but the local market is still able to answer the minimal needs. This is why we chose as main support tool the direct transfer of small sums of money directly to the families.