The Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel (SSAP) facilitates partnerships between Wales and Sub-Saharan Africa.
Entry Point for Transformation: Food Systems and Nutrition Patterns
DIG’s mission is to improve the nutrition and livelihoods of some of the world’s most uniquely vulnerable people by teaching them to plant restorative gardens that grow health, wealth, and a sense of belonging. Since 2006, DIG has been working in regenerative agriculture to achieve meaningful impact across nearly a dozen countries.
Ekar Farm and Community Gardens is a communal urban farm, inspired by Jewish values. They work to build community, provide experiential and environmental education, and grow sustainably produced fruits and vegetables, expanding access to those in need.
Deena Duwaik is currently pursuing her MPA with hopes of becoming a private sector executive. She identifies as a Middle Eastern woman and has lived/ worked in countries around the world. She has a passion for women and refugees, in particular the policies that directly impact them, and currently works at an anti-hunger nonprofit which… Read more »
The mission of Women’s Voices for the Earth (WVE) is to amplify women’s voices to eliminate the toxic chemicals that harm our health and communities. WVE imagines a world where the earth is taken care of, workers are paid well and treated fairly, and there are no toxic chemicals in homes, communities, or the environment…. Read more »
Water For People works to build a world where all people have access to safe drinking water and sanitation, and where no one suffers or dies from a water- or sanitation-related disease. We work with people and partners to develop innovative and long-lasting solutions to the water, sanitation, and hygiene problems in the developing world…. Read more »
Global Seed Savers is an International Development non-profit organization committed to building food and seed sovereignty. Currently, their work is focused in the Philippines and executed in close partnership with Global Seed Savers Philippines (Philippines Counterpart NGO). Through educating and encouraging farmers to return to the historical practice of saving seeds they are no longer… Read more »
Denver Urban Gardens (DUG) provides the access, skills, and resources for people to grow healthy food in their community and regenerate urban green spaces. DUG envisions a sustainable urban future where people are deeply and directly connected to the earth, each other, and the food they eat. Primarily serving in-need residents in Metro Denver, DUG… Read more »