The Need and Mission and Vision
Gathering at the United Nations Headquarters in New York recently, the representative of the World Food Program sounded an alarm we all know to be true: Millions of people are at risk of dying in the world today—not because of war—or gun violence –or terrorism—but from hunger.
How We Can Help
We have developed a revolutionary product which we call The Orgacide - a proprietary non-toxic pesticide which completely eradicates pests and crops-eating insects--improving farming conditions. Through this development, we hope to roll out the production and bring Orgacide to farmers in Africa who are in desperate need.
Thus far our organization has trained near 500 farmers on the use of Orgacide and help them organize themselves into five corporative societies—this is our go to market strategy.
On a competitive landscape, we’re challenging the old model in this sector. Our competitors offer very expensive pesticides which pollute the air we breathe, poison bodies of water, kill livestock and harm both farmers and consumers who benefit from farmed goods.
We started off last year with 50 randomly selected local farmers who we trained on the use of Orgacide. In less than six months, not only were the farmers able to produce food for themselves and their families... THEY HAD EXTRA FOR SALE! This year, we are increasing the number of farmers to 150 farmers, and through your support, we believe Orgacide will allow these farmers to produce more food for themselves and ultimately, create self-sustaining communities.
Our Team and Award
We have won several awards right here at Arizona State University and around the country. These financial awards have helped us to change the lives of over 500 farmers in less than two years who were not able to feed themselves and could now produce enough food not only for themselves but for the markets.
Budget and Timeline.
We need your help so that we scale the production of Orgacide, train over 1000 farmers beginning next year and seed-fund their farming activities in the interim till they harvest their produces. Through your generosity, we believe this model has the potential to end the global hunger crisis... but we need your help!