Sustainable Food

We begin with a Garden Tower to teach a family how to grow their own food.

The Garden Tower

Learning to grow their own food with a Garden Tower can be a transformative experience for families living in poverty. This innovative gardening solution offers a multitude of benefits that can make a significant impact on their lives.

First and foremost, the Garden Tower allows these families to harvest 3-5 meals per week of fresh vegetables right from their own backyard. This not only provides them with a constant source of nutritious, organic produce but also helps reduce their food costs, easing the financial burden of poverty. The ability to feed their families with homegrown vegetables instills a sense of self-sufficiency and pride.

Moreover, the Garden Tower enables families to generate extra income by selling surplus vegetables. This newfound source of revenue can help them break free from the cycle of poverty, providing financial stability and opportunities for a better future.

One crucial aspect of the Garden Tower is its water efficiency. It consumes 30% less water than traditional in-ground gardening methods, which is a significant advantage, especially in regions with limited water resources. This not only helps conserve precious water but also reduces water bills for families.

The Garden Tower empowers families in poverty by offering fresh, homegrown food, income-generating opportunities, and eco-friendly gardening practices. It's a small investment with the potential for significant positive changes in their lives, making it a valuable tool for breaking the cycle of poverty.

A Chicken Enterprise

Raising chickens can be a life-changing endeavor for families in poverty, offering a pathway to rise above the global poverty line of $2.15 per day. Participating in a chicken enterprise provides a host of benefits that can significantly improve their economic prospects.

Firstly, chickens are prolific layers of eggs, providing a steady source of protein and nutrition for the family. This means healthier meals and reduced food expenses. Selling surplus eggs can generate a supplementary income, allowing families to save and invest in other income-generating activities.

Additionally, raising chickens for meat can provide a reliable source of protein and, when sold, generate additional income. The demand for poultry products is often high, ensuring a steady market for these products.

Furthermore, chickens are relatively low-maintenance and require minimal space, making them an accessible enterprise for families with limited resources. Their rapid reproduction and short life cycle mean that investment can quickly translate into profit.

Moreover, engaging in a chicken enterprise instills valuable skills in animal husbandry, business management, and budgeting, empowering families with knowledge that can be applied to other ventures.

Raising chickens for eggs and meat is a practical and effective means for families in poverty to surpass the global poverty line. This venture provides essential nutrition, a consistent income source, and the knowledge and skills needed to break free from poverty's grip, offering a brighter future for these families.

Your Impact Since 2015*

16668+

Sustainable Food

Projects

1650+

Clean Water

Projects

6000+

Education

Projects

8325+

Health

Projects

375

Expedition Travelers

*Numbers updated quarterly

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