Involving, Caring and Empowering Culture

If the money we donate helps one child or can ease the pain of one parent, those funds are well spent..

Carl Karcher



  Small scale Sorghum farm in Gambela
  Alternative food supplies denied by government forced settlement programme
Opportunities remain limited for poor households in developing countries. Majority population either rely on under paid employment jobs in the public sector or in farming small scale farmlands to provide them with meagre incomes for their families. As countries continue to produce more graduates than the labour market in the public sector could cope with, competition for jobs in the public sector puts more people out of work and not enough income to sustain their livelihoods. This may lead to tensions, increase in crime rate, migration, destitution, vulnerability, and catastrophic political and social consequences. .

The problem of under employment, reduce households income and further social and economic consequences call for governments to carefully design and develop comprehensive development packages to sustain rural base agricultural economy without undermining the role small scale farmers play in reducing poverty and achieving overall development targets.

Our approach is to work closely with small scale farmers to develop their skills, improve households agricultural productivity level and avoid drastic political and social consequences. We believe the world can learn and benefit enormously from wealth of knowledge small scale farmers provide in the fight to reduce impact of poverty and climate change..

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