Environmental Sustainability Projects

Read about grantees who have received funding for their Environmental Sustainability project from a Pollination Project grant.

Mamwaki Enterprise – Developing Affordable Briquettes for Kenyan Slums Households


Mamwaki Enterprise is a social enterprise with a business model that makes products accessible and affordable to the poor in Kenya. The enterprise seeks to use innovative ways to re-use fecal matter in bio-fuel production in highly populated slums of Kenya. The project works with county governments, sanitation and service [...]

Mbaarak abdalla Chibo,Nuru saardun Ahmed – Tudor Creek Mangrove Restoration Project


Tudor Creek Mangrove Restoration Project is an initiative by Brain Youth Group, a registered community youth group in the northern side of Tudor creek, Junda sub-location in Mombasa County, Kenya. Mangrove forests are situated along the creek where people can engage in recreational activities, such as yachting and boating. Unfortunately, [...]

ABC2 World Changers – World Changers Community Farm Of Hope, Prosperity, & Change


The ABC2 World Changers Community Farm Of Hope, Prosperity, and Change is a youth-led project whose goal is to continue empowering young people to become community leaders/advocates. They have a sustainable youth-led agricultural model that supports youth-led projects around health, economic development, and education. The community farm will serve as [...]

Arcecio Morocho. Project Coordinator – Network of Amazonian Fruit Gardens for conservation and food


05/04/2018 – Arcecio Morocho Erràez, is an environmentalist and Founder of the Center for the Development of Sustainable Agriculture "Kantzam." He is convinced that we need to conserve tropical forests. With the support of the Pollination Project, he is implementing a new venture called, “Network of Amazonian Fruit Gardens for [...]

Victoria Christine Nyongesa – Toto vocational green school


Victoria Christine Nyongesa is the founder of Toto Vocational Green School, a socio-environmental enterprise located in Nandingwa village, Bungoma County, Kenya that trains children below 18 years old to sustainably utilize and conserve natural resources. The goal is to train them while they’re young so that they can serve as [...]

Keshy Jeong, Los Angeles Worm Farm Collective – Los Angeles Worm Farm Collective


The Los Angeles Worm Farm Collective (LAWFC) is a small business that produces worm castings and worm tea out of local community waste for use as nutrient-rich organic fertilizer and soil conditioner for organizations and lay gardeners. LAWFC is cooperatively owned and collectively governed, aiming to contribute to the movement [...]

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