What Will Your Donation Do?
Your donation today will help ensure peacebuilding, advocacy and gender equality projects on the local grass-root level to gain relevant support from duty-bearers in an effort to deliver skills in sustainable agricultural techniques.
Organic Seed Bank Project
We understand that Africa is facing harder times as relying on erratic rains, exhausted soils and under-investment are sinking individuals deeper into poverty while agriculture, the mainstay of their livelihoods continues to face challenges.
According to the World Bank, by 2030, at least half of the world’s poor-majority in Africa will be living in fragile and conflict-affected settings. Fragility, conflict and violence have a clear impact on poverty.
Single and Widowed Mothers Empowerment Project
Continued existence of extreme poverty among women offends us so deeply. Our faith is tested and our hearts are broken when, in an age of unprecedented wealth and scientific advancement, so many women in Africa still live in degrading conditions.
School Garden Project
We believe that now is the time to begin the journey to end the scourge of extreme food poverty—by teaching and restoring right relationships with school going children, affirming human dignity, and opening the door to the holistic development of all through school garden farming.
Seeding Center of Excellence
Seeding Africa believes that rehabilitating and improving the quality of teaching and learning in Africa would support the carrying out of its programs: Firstly, we want to improve the quality of teaching and learning processes in Astronomy, Mathematics, African true history, Astrology, Agriculture, Good governance and ethics, African culture and languages, Technology, Medicine, Traditional healing.
Youth Empowerment Project
According to available African Renewal open data, Hunger already affects about 240 million Africans daily yet Africa’s population is projected to reach 2 billion in less than 37 years!, in 86 years, three out of every four people added to the planet will be African. As of now tens of millions of African youth in rural Africa are experiencing harder times as relying on erratic rains, exhausted soils and under investment are sinking them deeper into poverty as agriculture.
Light in the Dark Project
Globally, the UN estimates that 1.3 billion people that is one in five globally lack electricity to light their homes or conduct business of which nearly 40% are in Africa; relying on firewood, charcoal and animal waste to cook their meals which is making them breathe in toxic smoke that is causing lung infections killing almost 4 million people annually mainly women and children. Firstly, we want to improve the quality of teaching and learning processes in Astronomy, Mathematics, African true history, Astrology, Agriculture, Good governance and ethics, African culture and languages, Technology, Medicine, Traditional healing.
Reusable Sanitary Pads Project
Majority of women and girls are menstruating and fail to attend class, work or manage messes when menstruating. Millions of single use sanitary pads are thrown in sewers, roadsides, landfills every month; causing environmental and health risks in the respective communities. 80% of young women and girls feel uncomfortable using disposal sanitary pads as they are not aware of the material and chemicals used