"Man is organic with the world. His inner life moulds the environment and is itself also deeply affected by it.
The one acts upon the other and every abiding change in the life of man is the result of these mutual reactions."
Agricultural Development and Sustainability
Some 2.7 million people in Kenya are now facing famine and starvation caused by el nino and climate changes where rainfall is erratic either
giving little or too much water. Uganda now is facing 30% food insecurity as it has focused on growing sugar cane in many areas but due to the lack of
regular rainfall the crops are failing thus causing the farmers to have no income.
Sustainable agriculture is a new approach to growing food but yet uses knowledge from the past and combines it with new techniques.
In Kenya as in other hot countries the climate has become unreliable with rains becoming unpredictable and scarce in many regions.
Food security is more important now than it ever was with increasing population with hungry mouths to feed.
The goal is to uplift people's lives in urban slum areas and to improve agriculture from subsistence farming
using biogas, drip irrigation, black netting tunnels, and soil technologies, creating a sustainable new life-style that has
zero waste by turning it into a resource - to achieve zero waste and produce a surplus of energy and food providing jobs and food security to help meet the UN Goals.