Lima Links helps Zambian vegetable farmers combat unfair market prices for their produce by serving timely, pertinent data & more via text message to raise bargaining power.
The mission of the 1HEART project is to de-stigmatize the arts industry at grassroots level through intense in-school work shops designed to point out the role Art and Culture play within society and to identify potential artists who can then be groomed in the arts via our program.
Africa lacks the human resource competent enough to take control of its rapid growth potential. With poor enrollment levels recorded in elementally schools each and every year. Studies in indicate that 70% of eligible elementally entrants into schools fail to do due to hunger and made worse by lack education materials and quality teachers in rural schools.
Trees for Zambia is a reforestation and eco-education project run by Greenpop. In an effort to fight the drastic deforestation in the area, we aim to plant trees and inspire awareness about deforestation, climate change, tree planting, and environmental sustainability.
Our farm provides fresh food and employment to young kids living without parents in Lusaka Zambia. We accept donations towards seeds, tillers, water, petrol and paying the farm workers who grow all our community food. Support kids who have no one but us to care for them.
Rice is one of the industry that has not been exploited in Zambia despite its potential to alleviate poverty. As No pain No gain, our plan is ,with enough capital, is to venture into rice growing using embankments on a land (farm) to hold water to enable rice grow well and our vision improved rice production and quality in Zambezi.
manamuya is an institution whose vision is to provide quality education. As at now ,the company just sales books but its plans is to come up with the class of learning a nursery school. It has only 2 workers as sales people.
Tiko is a sustainable, loving community in Katete, Eastern Province Zambia. It provides essential social services to make people better educated, healthier and more productive, while retaining the valuable parts of the local tradition, especially the hospitality, the loyalty to the extended family, the love for people and the laughter. In fact, Tikondane shows visitors the real Africa.