Our organic crop farming project will have a social impact in the Financial , Environment and Agricultural sectors in the creation of organic crop farming businesses, emerging businesses in the agricultural value chain, job creation, environment impact in the reduction of land pollution and green house gas due to our organic crop farming technique approach, that is to convert waste into compost.
There more than 56% woman led households out of a population of approximately 400 000 in Nkomazi Municipality, Mpumalanga province, South Africa. The Municipality has an approximate unemployment rate of 52%.
We will create businesses and employment for subsistence woman by offering organic crop farming technique and responsibility training, improve the quality of their produce and link their produce to local and provincial market, enabling them to generate income for themselves and their households.
We aim to create at least 1000 woman owned organic crop businesses in the village, and expand our project throughout the village, allowing our beneficiaries to provide for their households and rise out of poverty, reduce greenhouse gas and land pollution, thus improve the quality of life in the village.
This project has provided additional documentation in a XLSX file (projdoc.xlsx).