WHAT WE WANT TO DO
We need a small piece of land to create a small demonstration site to ensure we share the ideas ,knowledge and experience to others.
Teach sustainable approaches to development. To accomplish this, we will need to build a small class room. This will serve as a central meeting area where people can gather and conduct classes, training and workshops.
Offer support to empower youths ,women and as well as children in various areas towards sustainable development.
Train key people and follow up by visiting the participants to ensure that they apply the the techniques.
HISTORY OF SHARE
Yongo Otieno Wycliffe the founder of share was born in 16/5/1992 and lives in Kenya Africa. He finished a Permaculture design course at the Permaculture Institute in Kenya for which he was supported by a Good Samaritan who treated him as his only son and paid his all expenses during the course.
Yongo Otieno Wycliffe loves working hard and helping out. He works in as many farms as he can, especially in the surrounding villages.
He is very interested in developing sustainable energy, agricultural, and building systems.
Yongo is interested in developing local energy policies that promote permanence in a system that is regenerative, efficient, and progressive.
Yongo spends his days volunteering for various gardening and farming projects and loves learning about local techniques in building the soil, building practices, and working with women, children, elders, and tribal governments.
Educating and empowering communities to work together, is a central goal of Mr. Wycliffe, and he desires to help communities become energy-efficient, sanitary, and abundant in food and housing. Teaching sustainable living practices and sharing his expertise is a goal that Mr. Wycliffe has dedicated the rest of his life to accomplish.
After speaking with a friend, who saw potential in his ideas, a crowd funding project was established, and a small plot of land was purchased. Although he never attained his complete goal, he did manage utilize the land in establishing a productive organic system as a demonstration for future funding consideration.
Mr. Wycliffe’s fascinated by nature and the sustainability practices and lifestyle. He’s really excited to learn more about Permaculture and share his knowledge for the benefit of African communities. By teaching sustainability, and infrastructure may be established, which will improve the viability, economy, and culture of the African people. Please help support Mr. Wycliffe’s vision, and help them deliver the mission which African communities desperately need, thank you in advance.
SHARE Project services
SHARE Project services