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Community Development 
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Renewable Resources 

About the Program

The goal of this program is to improve community livelihoods and care for our Earth . We want to build education centers powered by renewable resources (internet and electricity powered by renewable technologies), build wells for drip irrigation, and introduce renewable composting practices, soil and water conservation. 

Education centers 

  1. Education centers powered by renewable resources. 

Irrigation and Water Conservation

  1. Drip irrigations for off season planting.

  2. Renewable composting practices, soil and water conservation practices

How can you support this program?

We are asking that you consider supporting FarmSahel now with a gift.

 Your generosity today ensures that create education access to rural Sahel communities to transform non-renewable agriculture into regenerative permaculture systems to enable higher growth yields through social equality.
 

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Education Centers

 

We establish and train communities through permaculture education to adopt sustainable cultivation practices through social equality to conserve the precious soil in the Sahel.

FarmSahel aims to build education centers powered by renewable resources in the Sahel region of Africa beginning with Burkina Faso.  

 

These centers will educate communities on sustainable cultivation practices, transformational leadership and entrepreneurship, and cooperative life. 


Drip irrigation 

A drip irrigation system delivers water directly to the root zone of a plant, where it seeps slowly into the soil one drop at a time. It is designed to conserve soil nutrients and to minimize or prevent waste.

 

FarmSahel aims to dig wells for drip irrigation systems, and to improve water security so women and girls don’t have to spend hours everyday fetching water.  

Renewable composting

Composting directly fights climate change, decreases the waste sent to landfills, and supports local food systems. 

FarmSahel aims to educate communities on the benefits of renewable composting.

Soil and water conservation

Soil conservation is the prevention of loss of the top most layer of the soil from erosion or prevention of reduced fertility caused by over usage, acidification, salinization or other chemical soil contamination.

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