Yesterday I visited Khayelitsha, Gugulethu and Langa with UTHANDO (love South Africa) How Incredible Uthando is a unique Non Profit company. The aim is to raise funds for community development projects in South Africa. What I came away with: “Visiting these projects gave me hope and opened my eyes to what lies beyond. I came away with this, “That Every single visitor to South Africa and every single fellow South African should visit the townships, and become involved in a project, because they need us, and we need them even more.”
Abalimi Bezekhaya Project (Planters of the Home)
The Harvest of Hope project utilises a small Pack Shed to collect, pack and deliver organic vegetable boxes to families in Cape Town (us) You can pick up your box of veges once a week at various pick up points! (brilliant) This project offers regular income security to the community farmers, by contracting them to grow seasonal organic produce at guaranteed prices. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org It trains people to micro farm. It promotes sustainable development while encouraging initiatives which renew, build and conserve social organisation, self responsibility and the natural environment.They are an urban agriculture (UA) and environmental action (EA) association operating in the socio-economically neglected townships of Khayelitsha, Nyanga and surrounding areas on the Cape Flats near Cape Town, South Africa.