Planned Projects

Seeding Africa Planned Projects

This initiative represents a concerted effort to foster sustainable development and growth across the African continent. Through strategic planning and collaboration, the Seeding Africa project aims to address various challenges and opportunities, ranging from economic empowerment and infrastructure development to education, healthcare, and environmental sustainability. In this introduction, we will explore the key objectives, target areas, and potential impact of these planned projects, highlighting the commitment to uplifting communities and driving positive change throughout Africa.

Plant Cultivation

SEEDING AFRICA plans on providing organic seeds and needed agriculture inputs to local farming communities as well as sharing improved farming methods. The whole process from seeding to the nursery, planting, harvesting, seed multiplication, marketing, and training will take place within the communities. We will also promote, encourage and use only local and organic fertilizers


SEEDING AFRICA plans on in the near future once the plant cultivation is successful to start and set up Aquafarming in areas where rice is grown particularly where direct access

Apiculture – Beekeeping

SEEDING AFRICA plans in the near future to work with various existing local beekeepers by providing them with the necessary “Seeding Africa” protective gears, tools, and “Seeding Africa” man-made beehives. Along with additional technical information on how to increase the production of honey, packaging, marketing, and selling of their products.

Animal Husbandry

In order to boost the economy of local farmers that are already specializing in Animal husbandry, Seeding Africa will purchase locally from Seeding Africa farmers in each country have various types of animals in pairs, for example, 60 pairs of male and female cows, 100 pairs of male and female ducks etc. Seeding Africa-purchased animals will be given to local communities wishing to do animal husbandry where they can get the inputs needed along with knowledge and expertise from us on animal husbandry.


Agronomy is a very vital tool in the process as it produces and uses plants in agriculture for food, fuel, fiber, and land restoration. Land restoration as we know is vital to climate change and our immediate environment. Agronomy has come to encompass work in the areas of plant genetics, plant physiology, meteorology, and soil science. It is our aim to identify and work with qualified local agronomists in each country to ensure that our farming communities are provided with agriculture information about how to care for plants and soils in certain environments. Factors such as climate, roots, moisture, weeds, pests, fungi, and erosion can pose a significant challenge to farmers when they try to produce a good harvest.

Agricultural Business and Economy


As with every product and every business, some knowledge of how to run a business and take care of one’s economy is vital for every sector, the agriculture sector is no different.
Knowing your business, Agro business like every business encompasses the whole farming procedure and includes breeding, crop production, distribution, farm machinery, processing, seed supply, marketing, and retail. It also has to do with agrichemicals but we are definitely not going to use any insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, and nematicides as we are going organic all the way which includes local fertilizers and techniques to limit insects, etc.

It is well known that Agriculture plays a crucial role in the economy of developing countries, and provides the main source of food, income, and employment to their rural populations. However, improvements in agriculture and land use are fundamental to achieving food security, poverty alleviation, and overall sustainable development. It is an applied field of economics concerned with the application of economic theory specifically in optimizing the production and distribution of both food and fiber.

That is why SEEDING AFRICA knows how vital it is to not only work with local farming communities but to work along with local agronomists and economists as well to create a holistic approach for our project.