SOIL (Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods)
SOIL is a non-profit organization working in Haiti to promote integrated approaches to the challenges of poverty, public health, agricultural productivity, and environmental destruction. SOIL provides toilets in communities where people lack access to basic sanitation, and then collects the human waste to make rich, organic compost.
SOIL is raising funds for their Sustainable Agriculture Internship program, to improve the quality of sustainable agriculture education in Haiti.
Royal Botanic Garden of Jordan
The Royal Botanic Garden works to ensure a dignified, sustainable life for all Jordanians through biodiversity conservation and habitat rehabilitation at the whole-systems level.
The Royal Botanic Garden is raising funds for their Community-Based Rangeland Rehabilitation program, helping to overcome poverty among local herders by teaching them skills that allow them to earn more money while at the same time helping to rehabilitate arid lands.
Permaculture Research Institute Kenya
The Permaculture Research Institute Kenya is dedicated to the promotion of permaculture and traditional knowledge systems for efficient and ecologically sound management of food, water and energy systems and climate change adaptation.
The Permaculture Research Institute Kenya is raising funds for the second phase of the project “Regenerating Rusinga Land”, aimed at training farmers in sustainable land management through permaculture and supporting them to become model farmers and peer educators in their community.
Young Achievers Empowerment Project Namibia
Young Achievers Empowerment Project is set up to inspire and motivate young people to become responsible citizens, both locally, regionally and globally.
The Young Achievers Empowerment Project is raising funds for a gardening project in the North of Namibia, which has endured the worst droughts in recent years. The project is aimed at answering the call for food security in inevitable climatic conditions and at the same time inspire young people to start up initiatives of such nature.
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