Our Projects


The Children's Village

Located 160km from Phnom Penh, in the heartland of rural Cambodia, the Children’s village currently looks after 75 children. Many of these have parents in jail, or have been abused, neglected or abandoned. In the last two years 16 children have been re-integrated … read more


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… read more


The garden has been designed to produce enough food to feed 100 street children. It was created by a leading horticulturalist to be high yield and to grow nutritious fruit and vegetables that the children will love. Many of the children have spent their childhoods living on the streets … read more


It is not for nothing that Payatas is known as the ‘national shame’ of the Philippines. Nicknamed the ‘Second Smokey Mountain’, Payatas is home to the largest dumpsite in the Philippines. Rubbish heaped as far as the eye can see, the 13hectare dump is home to officially 150,000 people… read more


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… read more


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 is barely able to grow enough to survive… read more

Future projects include:

Rooftop gardens in urban cities.
Wall food gardens in slums.
School gardens and lunch programs.
Agriculture/gardening skills workshops.
Goat, pig and chicken farms.
Worm farming.
Seed banks.
Creative and effective projects to give people the tools they need to grow their own food, and create their own food self-sufficiency.
Hydroponic cultivation.
Community cooking classes.
Basic health and nutrition community awareness.

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