PFA - WALK FOR AFRICA

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Prince Charles Road

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SE3 7BT

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Empowering women and youth by engaging them in sustainable agricultural projects/programs with a view of maximising their potentials.

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Looking at the conditions of persons living on the continent of Africa, who exist without adequate nutrition and the diminished availability of food in one of the most fertile lands on this earth, we recognise that something is very wrong! We looked at the hundreds of thousands of unemployed and malnourished and we decided to do something that is within our capacity to make a difference for the people on the continent by forming PAF (Project Feed Africa), with the view that by engaging the women and youth in training and participation in farming on an industrial scale to tip the scales in favour or more access to employment learned skills the reduction of hunger and the increased availability of nutrition!

Using the available fertile lands we aim at transforming them into advanced agricultural industrial complexes manned by women and youth! We will add value to these agricultural products by building processing factories training and employing factory workers throughout Africa.

2-meter social distancing rule will be emphasized as we focus on walking to achieve funding for our Nobel enterprise that of " Feed ourselves Build our Nation".

• Engaging women and youth in agricultural activities, planting and harvesting of crops in such magnitude so as to feed and employ many creating a transformation African for the positive.

• Alleviate unemployment, hunger, and poverty through increasing the availability, yield and profitability of agricultural products especially by adding value through processing. Offering quality education or coaching / training programs to equip farmers and factory workers with the experience and requisite skills.

• Engendering skilfully, efficient food production processing and packaging and creating employment within the communities across Africa.

• Our initial target is to commence pilot projects in each country, beginning one or two countries at a time.

• To eliminate Manifold chemical fertilizers which have been known to harm our soils and destroy our natural habitat.

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