Tag Archives: hunger

Conservation Agriculture training

Conservation Agriculture (CA), basically the intersection of agriculture and Sustainable Land Management, is a promising way forward for smallholder and sustenance farmers in Africa who face rising input costs and environment degradation. AWP has always viewed irrigation as a means to extend the growing season(s) in a given area. If irrigation doubles the number of […]

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From the archives…

Following up on the previous posting about my car, one of those “African Life” photos involving my car and a bunch of water pump parts:Now multiply that load by 30 pumps… just doesn’t fit.

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Enabling families in the US to HELP families in Africa

Africa Windmill Project has a pressing need. A Truck. Our current transport is pictured here. We call it the “goat” named because the horn is broken and sounds like a sick goat when used (which is often, because, well, it’s Malawi). We love the gas mileage this car gets, but used parts that we can […]

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