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Abalimi Bezekhaya - Planters of the Home

Org #56
Vetted since 2007 Site Visit Verified
1982
year founded
$60,822
raised on GlobalGiving
15
years fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

Abalimi is a Volunteer Association working to empower the disadvantaged through its organic Urban Agriculture program & projects. We support our target groups' ability to replicate their success and transform their lives in their urban and rural environments, through the following Key Result Areas: resource support; training; organisation building; facilitation of partnerships; research, monitoring and evaluation.

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Anonymous
Anonymous
Rob Small
Rob Small
Organization Information
http://www.abalimi.org.za
Facebook Page
PO Box 44 Observatory
Cape Town, Western Cape 7708
South Africa
+27 21 371 1653

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 6687774519
Organization Information
http://www.abalimi.org.za
Facebook Page
PO Box 44 Observatory
Cape Town, Western Cape 7708
South Africa
+27 21 371 1653

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 6687774519

Project Reports

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Nov 8, 2018
Before and after at Louwville community garden
Dear GlobalGiving Friends , recently we assisted a new community garden in a place called Louwville. All the people who wanted the community garden are unemployed. The area where they wanted their...
Aug 14, 2018
progress
Dear Global Giving Friends I hope this finds you all well. Please take a look at our new website for news and views in and around Abalimi on www.abailimi.org.za . Also our instagram account...
May 22, 2018
micro home gardens
Dear Global Giving Friends, Greetings from Cape Town. Many of our micro-farmers could be more aptly called micro-home gardeners. The example pic attached shows a succesful micro-garden in containers...
 
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