THE DOMBOSHAVA COMMUNITY PROJECT – ‘Back to our roots’
Climate change is a global reality that has serious consequences if Ignored. The future generations are at risk, if we do not play our part in taking care of the environment. Inequality, Food security and Food waste is a global phenomenon affecting vulnarable economies such as Zimbabwe. A massive amount of food is produced and wasted whilst resources are mismanaged causing environmental degradation on our planet. Living off grid and practising a more sustainable way of farming and water conservation especially water harvesting will help heal our land and replenish our soils. Everything in the enviroment is connected like a giant ‘cell’ therefore, we need to rethink and refocus on viable ways to protect the environment which feeds us.
Fishers Foundation is a social entrepreneurship providing support in food security by increasing agricultural productivity in the Domboshava Village Community of Zimbabwe. The aim is to bridge the gap of inequality and increase the income of the agricultural households. Water, Land, Seeds and a viable market will help the households to achieve their goals. A model that can be adopted by many.
THE EXOTIC FLAVORS OF ZIMBABWE
Also referred to as Sour Plums
Known also as Governor Plums
Also known as Wild Loquats.
Also called Monkey Orange.
This Foundation is a non-profit organization registered only in Zimbabwe, your tax deductions may not be tax deductible. Fishers Foundation Deed Of Trust#: MA 665/2010
WATER IS LIFE!
Water Harvesting Training
Agriculture and Ecotourism
“Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real wealth, good morals, and happiness.” – Thomas Jefferson
WE USE NEW TECHNOLOGY
Over 10 Years
Climate change determines food security or food insecurity
Using food as medicine and nutrition
Food waste affects the environment
Living off grid protects the environment