West Timor, part of East Nusa Tenggara Province, is highly prone to natural disaster, especially drought. Severe prolonged drought has significantly dropped crop yield. A research shows that food availability at the household level was mostly relied on the harvest of one planting season during rainy season for the whole year. This has led to food insecurity at the household level and thus reduced food consumption, wearing down the nutrition and health status of its people. West Timor, especially Timor Tengah Selatan District, always had a very high number of undernourished children.