We teach farming methods that focus on organic, sustainable agriculture and have been developed in Africa through Foundations for Farming. We help families start vegetable kitchen gardens, demonstrate making compost piles, and encourage a diligence in farming that can create a profit.
Everything we do must be done, on time, at a high standard, without wastage and with joy. With these principles, small holder farmers can enjoy the bounty of the earth.At FARM STEW, we teach organic, sustainable farming methods developed in the heart of Africa through Foundations for Farming. We guide families in nurturing their own vegetable kitchen gardens, teaching them how to create compost piles, and instill a diligent farming spirit that can create a profit.
We believe in timely action, high standards, zero waste, and above all, finding joy in our work. By embracing these principles, small holder farmers can truly relish the earth's abundant bounty.
We believe that rural farmers in villages throughout the world can have an abundant life by learning to properly tend and keep the land. We work to teach them best practices for farming.
98% of the world's hungry live in developing countries. 75% of them live in rural areas, mainly in the villages of Asia and Africa, and 70% of them rely on farming as their occupation.That is why we are committed to reach, equip and encourage them.
At least 156 million children worldwide are stunted, with lifelong negative health and income implications. Under nutrition contributes to more than one-third of all deaths. Through teaching family farming we seek to fight stunting in children throughout the world.
Stunting affects over 156 million children globally, negatively impacting their health and income potential. Under nutrition contributes to more than one-third of all deaths. At FARM STEW, we're combatting this through the transformative power of family farming. We passionately teach organic, sustainable practices that nourish families and communities so that every child thrives, unhampered by malnutrition.