Poverty is no paltry matter in Kenya

Last week we told you about our exciting bakery initiative, a project created to provide support for the Children’s Home in Kenya, an organisation that provides shelter and education for over 400 abandoned Kenyan children and street youth.


One Step

“A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES BEGINS WITH ONE STEP” Last week OnePlate co-founders Thérèse and Katarina travelled across Cambodia and Thailand with Agricultural Scientist Dr Donald Van Cooten looking at new OnePlate projects. We visited a location that is only an eight-hour flight from Australia. A location where thousands of children go through the …

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The Kenyan Orchard

Kenya is an impoverished nation, with over 16 million of its 40 million inhabitants living below the poverty line. The statistics are hard to digest: 35% of children-under-five are stunted, 16% are underweight and 7% are wasted. If these children don’t get stable access to food and proper nutrition, many of them will suffer mental …

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Tacloban, Philippines

OnePlate’s second program, the ‘Tacloban Project’ sponsored 120 poor families to start their own vegetable gardens and learn the latest in agricultural farming. In the upland, hilly area of Tacloban City live some of the poorest farming communities. In 2013, Typhoon Haiyan devastated the city, and food production remains poor to this day. The community …

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Manila Family Farm

Manila’s Family Farm

The ‘Family Farm’ vision is OnePlate’s biggest project to date. The Family Farm is a 10-acre fully sustainable innovative farm which is currently being built just outside of Manila in the Philippines spearheaded by Will Marcus in partnership with a Filipino foundation and Donald Van Cooten from Breaking the Hunger Cycle. After it has been …

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