Did you know that in Malawi there are 3 seasons? The rainy season, dry season & hunger season!
The mission of Africa Windmill Project is to End the Hunger Season and Establish Food Security in Every Season!
Currently training 3,500+ farmers
70% are women and girls
Farmers range in age from 15-80
By training families to have successful gardens all year, entire villages become food secure. Your partnership starts a family on the path to long-term food security. By providing the following tools & trainings YOU are ending hunger.
Garden Starter Packs
Hand Crank Irrigation Pumps (.25 to 1 acres)
Windmills for Large-Scale Irrigation (up to 6 acres)
Sustainable Agriculture Training
How can it be possible to End Hunger?
Malawians would grow food during the “rainy season” November - February. They would grow Maize, Tomatoes, Beans, Onions and Greens using the rains that come during those months. They would harvest and store the food to last them throughout the rest of the year. During the “dry season” it was difficult to grow food using buckets to water the crops. Even if there had been no draught or erratic rainfall, families in the villages would begin running short on food. This is called the “hunger season.” This is why food insecurity is rampant across the developing world. YOUR partnership impacts this by providing tools and trainings so that food is grown all year and food security is achieved and there is no more “hunger season".
Thank You! You Impact Many Lives.
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