Adding grain storage capacity will greatly increase Oasis Agro's ability to buy and store locally produced grain. Additional grain storage will increase the number of local farmers the operation is able to directly work with.
Partner with Kijani Forestry to combat deforestation and create safe jobs by planting trees in Uganda. By using sustainable permaculture practices and more efficient kilns for charcoal production, Kijani aims to reduce the number of trees being illegally harvested while creating over 200 jobs in the first year alone. So far, Kijani provides employment to over 40 women, many of whom have been rescued from the sex trade. By supporting this project, you can help Kijani plant more trees and provide a sustainable cooking fuel source and healthy forests in East Africa.
Contributors will partner directly with vetted entrepreneurs by providing working capital to launch and operate small-scale egg farms in remote villages. High impact opportunity that greatly reduces to cost and improves access to protein in remote areas.
AgGrandize would like to extend a huge thanks to all the volunteers from Mound City and Fort Scott, Kansas who joined AgGrandize in this effort. The project was executed better than we could have ever hoped. AgGrandize would also like to thank Luke Haines at Roofmasters for donating the use of the tele-handler and Kyle for dropping it off at the bin site. A big thanks goes out to Sandin Slaubaugh at Reif Welding and Construction for the use and operation of the crane.
This project is to raise funds for partnering with Meshach and his family who are small-scale farmer’s in Kenya. He currently has a honey bee project which he uses the income to support his family and their work in the local community. Meshach works with widows and the caregivers of orphans in his local community. The goal of this project is to help Meshach purchase the equipment needed to efficiently and safely care for and expand his honey bee business. We plan for this project to produce a sustainable income of $700 per year for Meshach and his family. We will close fundraising for this project on January 1, 2019.