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Nalumansi Phionah and Kaweesa Jovan – Herbs and Spices

Herbs and Spices is an initiative located in Namayina Jolwe Village in Uganda. Project leaders Nalumansi Phionah and Kaweesa Jovan train youth, women, and underserved individuals on how to make organic fertilizers while understanding the benefits of herbs, horticulture, and establishing a market. Funds from The Pollination Project will be used to procure tools to empower community members to create more jobs and expand the general market.

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  • participants of MyFarmbase AgriTech Lab Soilless field training in Abeokuta, Nigeria

Boundless Opportunity

Having a solid community is one of the most vital assets to our livelihood and forward progression. Being surrounded by people who affirm our strengths, potential and advocate for our human rights can change the outcome of our life experiences. As a child, receiving uplifting messaging, access to education, a clean environment and a route to financial freedom, is critical. [...]

  • participants of MyFarmbase AgriTech Lab Soilless field training in Abeokuta, Nigeria

Boundless Opportunity

Having a solid community is one of the most vital assets to our livelihood and forward progression. Being surrounded by people who affirm our strengths, potential and advocate for our human rights can change the outcome of our life experiences. As a child, receiving uplifting messaging, access to education, a clean environment and a route to financial freedom, is critical. [...]

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