Just WOW. We’ve been keeping quiet about our Sustainable Farming Project in Uganda; we wanted to ensure everything was as it should be and that we could share it with you when the magic happened.
Well it has.
Building sustainable projects is essential to delivering life-changing work, and we could not be happier to share that OUR FIRST CROP HAS COME IN!
What a joy. What a gift. What a project.
Our Back on Track programme aims to uplift the lives of children in developing countries by providing them with necessities such as food, shelter, education, equipment, and other tools to improve their quality of life.
More recently, we have expanded that offer to the world and with the support of one generous LNADJ donator, we’ve begun creating sustainable farms in Uganda for a community of older people in a village where we have built a well.
This farming project would not be possible without the support of our donator and trusted partners on the ground in Uganda working hard to change lives and save lives.
With an impressive yield of 3.5 tonnes, these crops give the community food, a vital source of employment and income.
We’re delighted for the community and can’t wait to watch this project continue to grow – literally!
Please Back on Track to learn more about the project and its possibilities. We would love to hear from you.
Jonny Lee, James Holdsworth, Vijay Kumar Anand, Ellie Talebian and Andrea x