Main problem

World hunger is

on the rise, affecting 8.9 percent of people around the world.

More than

820 million people are undereating globally.

Every year

around 9 million people die of hunger.


3.1 million children die from undernutrition each year.

A child dies

from hunger every 10 seconds.

Poverty is

the principal cause of hunger.

The main causes of hunger and food insecurity are drought, military conflicts, economic instability and income inequality. Millions of people around the world have difficulty eating regularly. Today, 256 million Africans, or 20 percent of the population, are undernourished. In addition, 399 million people suffer from food insecurity, which means they do not receive regular meals. Millions of people around the world cannot afford to buy food. Most of them also lack the resources to grow their own food, such as arable land and the means to harvest, process and store crops, vegetables and fruits.

Our approach

Step 1

Collecting information

Before we start our project in a particular region, we collect information about the region’s food shortage, local communities, and topography.

Step 2

Forming village committees

Once information is collected, we engage with the local community members and the state authorities to form a village committee and make sure we are fully supported.

Step 3

Providing equipment and training

Once the equipment is supplied, the local community members are trained on how to cultivate and grow fruits and vegetables.

Step 4

GPS coordinates

The final step is to equip each farm with GPS coordinates, so we can collect data directly. Should you decide to visit a particular site to make sure your donations are spent as promised, these coordinates will help you locate the farm.

Current projects

Kenya600 people

Mango and passion fruit farm for the Jikaze village

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