In our projects, we rely on pulses in rotating cultivation of crops. They fix nitrogen in the soil and promote its fertility. On today’s World Pulses Day, we take a closer look at this magic crop in our projects.
The consequences of climate change are omnipresent. But most affected are those who are already suffering from poverty and hunger. To reverse the effects we are therefore starting at grassroot level – as an important step towards climate justice.
Education is the central key to one’s own development, not only on today’s International Day of Education. That is why in our Gambian youth education project, learning takes place indoors as well as outdoors. Whether in the field or in the classroom, the only thing that matters is education adapted to the land, climate and job opportunities.
Avoiding flight, but how? Our answer: by creating job prospects.
Today is World Soil Day. An important day and an important topic for us. Because we know: Balanced soil is a source of food, a guarantor of income and a climate protector all at the same time.
For us, a project is only successful, if the communities are able to maintain the surplus in revenue and pay for operational costs without any external support. By the end of 2019 we have achieved just that with two of our projects.
Agriculture harbors many uncertainties. That’s only natural. But the effects of our changing climate and the current corona pandemic challenge us in different ways. more…
Livestock was always part of the plan – in March, the chickens, sheep and cows finally arrived on site.
Management Trainees of different departments of the Lufthansa Group teach the business subjects in the Gambian Youth Project. Due to the worldwide spread of the new Coronavirus they now had to leave early.
Within the two-year agricultural training in “Holistic Agribusiness Solutions”, the business classes play a major role.