Give a man a spirulina and you feed him for a day. Teach a man how to grow spirulina and the man feeds his village every day.
Due to our great successes in competitions such as the Aspirin Social Innovation Award, we are able to finance ourselves partly through competition winnings. Other than that, our work is mainly donation-based. These donations consist of membership fees, monetary donations, but also donations in kind.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the numerous people, organizations and companies that have supported us over the years. We would also like to mention our crowdfunding campaign on the Startnext platform, which raised the magnificent sum of 15,000 EUR for our project in 2018, enabling us to supply even more people with spirulina.
Our progress would not be possible without your support!
All members of the team work voluntarily and are not paid for working for our NGO. Besides the project growth, it is important to us that we can support our local partners financially. We insist on our Kenyan employees and partners being paid well and fairly – for this we rely on regular donations.
How is Christmas celebrated in Kenya? What are the differences to our traditions? And how do the traditions differ within the country?
Kenya is affected by the worst plague of locusts in 70 years. Since the first swarms of locusts landed in January 2020, the country has been living in a state of emergency.