There are almost 800 million hungry people in a world that actually produces enough food for all. Degraded soils, polluted water and poisoned fields and meadows are just a few of the facts that demonstrate that changes are needed to the “business as usual”. We need to shift to a circular economy. that requires innovative business models that either replace existing ones or seize new opportunities.
All of our initiatives intend to generate income to low-income households and on the same time improve livelihood.
All of our project must address at least one of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs range from ending world poverty to achieving gender equality and empowering women and girls by 2030.