5 results for Mozambique
We are artisanal dairy goat farmers in Southern Africa. Kidding season is from Mid-July to Mid-September and having 200 hungry kids at all stages of the day is quite a task. Full training is provided, as is board and lodging. Anyone interested in cheesemaking or animal husbandry is more than welcome too.
I have farmhouse . The activities we can performance there are, harvest , to plant and many others. I'm working as individual .
sara and nito
We are still at the beginning of our project. And we will start by assembling a mill as a benefit to the community. We have enough space to set up projects of organic farms and permaculture, rural tourism and community centers (educational , health and technological training). We are interested in contribute to the progress towards the development of Nampula Province.
Susen and Andre
We are a growing vegetables and herbs in northern Mozambique which we supply to the local supermarket, lodges and hotels as well as private clients. Our company emphasises on the aquaponics farming method, but also utilises the conventional way of farming through the drip irrigation and misting system. Our farm is a mere 6 ha holding with lake access and a 10 min walk to the beach and is approximately 15 km away from Pemba. In our volunteer we are looking for a helping hand with all day to day farm activities and deliveries of our products. We would appreciate the input in the further development of our aquaponics system and the trial and experimenting of new growing methods and products. We are a small business being run and managed by myself (Susen) and my husband (Andre) and a workforce of 9 employees. We will welcome all individuals who are willing and brave to endeavour this exciting part of Africa.
Ian and Allan
The project is called Sao Antonio Coconut School or SACS for short.
It is a project being executed by a small private conservation organisation in partnership with a local NGO.
It is located on a 350ha plantation about a kilometre away from the beach in Nova Sofala, Sofala, Mozambique.
On site we have:
Nurseries - indigenous trees, medicinal plants, vegetables and other consumables, palm tree seedlings, nitrogen fixing trees.
Oil Factories - One raw oil factory situated in the mission, and one virgin coconut oil factory currently under construction.
Carpentry and Saw-mill - A constantly growing crafts, carpentry and wood production area including with plenty of work-space as well as heavy and light machinery.
Agriculture - Over 3 hectares of agroforestry in areas around the project centre, not to mention programs to expand agroforestry throughout the plantation along with the replantation of palm tree seedlings.
We are always looking for hard-working and enthusiastic volunteers to help us drive along all of our activities on the plantation. This usually includes construction work, landscaping, nursery management, production of furniture and building materials and installation of a never ending amount of facilities.
Accommodation on site is very simple but comfortable, we have a general camp area where we all stay in tents, it has an outdoor drop loo and an area where you can take a bucket shower. All meals will be provided as will a tent and sleeping gear.
For more information and details please be in contact.