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Sustainable food and agricultural training projects for a strong socio-economic development in South Africa
Guarding our environment and protecting it for future generations, while creating a better world for EVERYONE, is the ambitious goal of the non-profit organisation F.E.E.D. We are doing this in collaboration with partners from the business and political sectors, as well as other non-profit organisations.
In Africa, the association's main objectives are to combat malnutrition, raise people's awareness in the vital role a balanced diet plays, to ensure healthy growth and protecting health. Our objective is to share this knowledge with children from an early age.
In support of these objectives, the association provides certified training courses for young people and adults. These courses train unemployed and people in need how to sustainably grow vegetables, using innovative technologies that conserve resources. Doing so, it empowers people to achieve self-sufficiency and enables them to start their own businesses.
F.E.E.D.’s vision is to ensure that all children growing up in Africa are healthy, not suffering from hunger. We strive to empower people to be self-supportive, and encourage their ability to sustain and realise their own life-goals in their homeland, at the same time protecting natural resources and respecting humanitarian values.
WHERE OUR SUSTAINABLE PROJECTS ARE
With the help of F.E.E.D., our first holistic and sustainable projects are underway in South Africa.
Thanks to support from cooperative partners from the business and political sectors, as well as non-profit organisations and church communities, our projects have succeeded to open up new life and job opportunities for people living in townships as well as in rural areas.
Support us, so that we can do even more
Your donation – as an individual, a foundation or a business – will help F.E.E.D. to expand these successful projects to other parts of the country, thereby protecting more people from malnutrition and support them on the path to self-sufficiency or to new employment.
In collaboration with non-profit organisations and partners from business and political sectors F.E.E.D.'s objective is to ensure that as many schools as possible are included in the schools feeding programme, and to strive to combat malnutrition as effectively as possible.
Our courses in ecologically sustainable agriculture are supported by local church organisations, who make their church gardens available for practical training on the cultivation of vegetables and medicinal herbs. These churches (and our trainees) then continue to cultivate and maintain these gardens in order to provide fresh vegetables for the poorest of the poor.
We would like to express our gratitude to the following partners: