Indiegogo campaign: Addressing Food Insecurity in Tanzania

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Dates: May 16 – July 15, 2023

Description from Indiegogo: “In partnership with Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Tanzania, US-based nonprofit Remineralize the Earth (RTE) is raising funds to introduce locally-sourced, mineral-rich volcanic, basalt, rock dust and biochar to soils in the Kilimanjaro Region of Tanzania to improve soil fertility, crop yields, and income for subsistence farmers and their families.”

“With initial funding of $8,000 and continued guidance by experts and pioneers in remineralization, Blessing will begin trials with farming communities near Miwaleni Springs in the Kilimanjaro region. The team will collaborate with local farmers to incorporate Rutubisha into their existing farming techniques with manure compost and biochar, leverage local knowledge of the land, climate and ecosystem, and hone Rutubisha mixes for healthy soils, high crop yields and nutritious crops. Learnings from this pilot in Miwaleni Springs in the Kilimanjaro region will be key to honing the best mixes and techniques for other regions across Tanzania.”

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Thank you for joining us today! Please become a member of RTE and support us on Patreon. Unlike many larger organizations, we work with a team of determined and passionate volunteers to get our message out. We aim to continue to increase the awareness of remineralization to initiate projects across the globe that remineralize soils, grow nutrient dense food, regenerate our forests’ and stabilize the climate – with your help! If you can, please support us on a monthly basis from just $2, rest assured that you are making a big impact every single month in support of our mission. Thank you!


Join Us to Address Food Security in Kilimanjaro
The Kilimanjaro Project supplies local small-scale farmers with "Rutubisha" (an all-natural fertilizer with rock dust, biochar, and compost manure), and trains them to grow healthy crops and nutrient-dense foods, leading to increased income, better lives, more resilient communities, healthier people, and food security now and in the future.
Every bit helps, even $10 can help reach our goals, and a contribution of $100 is enough to sponsor a small-scale farmer and their family for 2-3 years.
Donate today to create economic opportunities and food security for small farmers in Tanzania!

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