As part of their COVID-19 rapid response, PEPY outfitted 12 families with chicken coops to raise chickens as a source of income and food security and helped families plant vegetable gardens. However, the recent devastating flooding made the community leaders and PEPY realize that the chickens may not be the most sustainable solution for the area. PEPY’s Food Access intern, Lada, decided to introduce frogs farming as a sustainable food security solution with minimal risks. Frog farmers will start with 500 tadpoles, and when they are successful, pay it forward by giving neighbors tadpoles so that they can farm, too. In November, PEPY hosted a training with families from the Varin district, where they learned how to make frog food, build cages, care for sick frogs, and recognize pregnant frogs. Unfortunately, families will have to wait to receive their frogs as it is the wrong time of year to buy tadpoles.