One of the main goals of the MPP is the development and preservation of peasant farming, which produces healthy food for peasant communities and local and national markets.
Peasant farming is based on agro-ecological methods which are organic, environment-friendly, and respectful of communities’ rights to healthy food.
It is the only farming method which can establish food sovereignty for communities. Inspired by natural rhythms, agro-ecology is composed of methods and techniques responding to the numerous needs of the world population. It is a solution to problems such as water management, reforesting, the fight against erosion, biodiversity, global warming, and man’s relationship with the environment.