Kua Foundation has three core objectives:
- Partnering with Disadvantaged smallholder farmers and operators in developing countries to help develop climate resilient and economically sustainable business practices, to strengthen their capacity to generate stable and long-term income by providing the tools to survive and thrive through the impacts of climate change;
- Providing training and workshops to Disadvantaged smallholder farmers and operators in developing countries on sustainable farming practices to ensure long term sustainability of their farms and therefore, continued income producing capability for the local community and resilience in the face of climate change;
- Purchasing the produce of Disadvantaged smallholder farmers and operators in developing countries to enable ongoing growth and development of the farms, increased employment opportunities in the local community and thereby to assist with alleviating poverty, destitution, suffering and misfortune in local communities through increased income generation and employment.
Read more in our Constitution below!