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  FARMING CAN END EXTREME POVERTY
Did you know that small scale farmers produce up to 80% of the food consumed in Africa? Many of us don’t pause to think about where our food comes from when we bite into our fresh fruit everyday.


Unfortunately, the individuals working to ensure we have good, nutritious food are facing many challenges. Climate change, droughts, locust invasions and a global pandemic are disrupting the process of getting food from the farm to our plates. It is estimated that over 130 million more people will go hungry this year, and farmers are key to changing this devastating reality.


"Agriculture is going to be key to regaining momentum in recovery of the COVID-19 pandemic. We need to stay focused on technology, quality education, reinforcing health systems and ensuring gender equality"
We all deserve healthy, affordable food and quality nutrition and job opportunities.


It is clear that to address the needs of the vulnerable in our society we need to think out of the box. Over the past three months, we’ve tried to do just that, We have distributed over 12 000 foodparcel to vulnerable people across all 9 provinces.. But not enough thus sustainable development goals in needed.

Nutritional health security through home gardens in rural areas Majuba Nek ,Sterskpruit

PROJECT ONE ACHIEVEMENTS AND GOALS
Project Partner: VOLUNTEERS FUNDRAISING

250 women from 25 villages constructed small vegetable gardens in the backyards of their homes and received seed kits and seedlings to ensure the diversity of their produce. As a result, 89% of the families increased consumption of fresh home garden products. 600 women from village self-help groups attended awareness sessions on safe cooking and food preservation methods. Siyakholwa provided training and garden tools to 600 families


PROJECT TWO ACHIEVEMENTS
Women's Economic Empowerment

Project Partner: GAUTENG SMALL BUSINESS DONATIONS


Two groups of 20 low-income women in Eastern cape, Mfinci, Rural Area were enrolled in small business management and basic financial literacy workshops and they have form co-operatives. One group focused on farming and other recycling projects 240 jobs created, the other, felt product making. Both received initial capital investment to purchase farming machines and raw materials and as (Siyakholwa) the implementing organisation supported them in finding a market for their products. Their income more than doubled and 50% of the profit was reinvested in the initiatives. Donate to extend to other rural areas. Our target is to reach 2800 rural areas( eastern cape, Kwa-Zulu Natal, Mpumalanga,Limpopo)


Did you know that small scale farmers produce up to 80% of the food consumed in Africa? Many of us don’t pause to think about where our food comes from when we bite into our fresh fruit everyday.

CHALLENGES

Unfortunately, the individuals working to ensure we have good, nutritious food are facing many challenges. Climate change, droughts, locust invasions and a global pandemic are disrupting the process of getting food from the farm to our plates. It is estimated that over 130 million more people will go hungry this year, and farmers are key to changing this devastating reality.


"Agriculture is going to be key to regaining momentum in recovery of the COVID-19 pandemic. We need to stay focused on technology, quality education, reinforcing health systems and ensuring gender equality"
We all deserve healthy, affordable food and quality nutrition and job opportunities.

ACHIEVEMENT FOR 2020 SINCE COVID-19 BREAK-UP

It is clear that to address the needs of the vulnerable in our society we need to think out of the box. Over the past three months, we’ve tried to do just that, We have distributed over 87 000  foodparcel to vulnerable people across all 9 provinces.. But not enough thus sustainable development goals in needed.We request your generous and support

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