About Us

People are considered "food secure" when they have availability and adequate access at all times to sufficient, safe, nutritious food to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. Food security analysts look at the combination of the following three main elements:

FOOD AVAILABILITY


Food must be available in sufficient quantities and on a consistent basis. It considers stock and production in a given area and the capacity to bring in food from elsewhere, through trade or aid.

FOOD ACCESS

People must be able to regularly acquire adequate quantities of food, through purchase, home production, barter, gifts, borrowing or food aid.


FOOD UTILISATION

Consumed food must have a positive nutritional impact on people. It entails cooking, storage and hygienic practices, individuals health, water and sanitation, feeding and sharing practices within the household.


OUR VISION: TO CREATE A WORLD OF ZERO HUNGER, DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH, THROUGHOUT SOUTH AFRICA AND THE ENTIRE CONTINENT OF AFRICA.

Our programme's mission is to drive awareness and action in schools, families and communities on how to move from food insecurity to food security.


GROW TOGETHER, CHANGE TOMORROW

UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

OUR GOAL

to organise 1 million families to grow a vegetable garden.


our objectives

- Teach the importance of eating nutritious food, and how to share that knowledge with schools, families and communities.

- Teach how to grow a vegetable garden at school, home and in the community.

- Teach how to make money from excess produce to drive micro-entrepreneurship in schools, families and communities.