In its ongoing efforts to provide clean water and whole foods across Africa, a UK-based non-profit organization, The HELP Team, is currently promoting organic agriculture for health and sustainability. human capital in seven African countries.
The beneficiary countries are Gambia, Senegal and Morocco, among others, where poverty, malnutrition, lack of drinking water and maternal mortality are said to be the most difficult problems, especially within rural communities.
This is part of the NGO’s mandate in achieving the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) of providing clean water and sanitation to underserved communities, access to healthy food, community support and the preservation of the platform in 53 African countries.
According to the HELP team, only 24% of people living in sub-Saharan Africa have access to safe drinking water. He said about 2,000 children in Africa die every year from diarrhea due to unsafe water and inadequate sanitation.
This is why the HELP team is helping to alleviate this problem by distributing water filters in rural areas of Senegal and The Gambia where there are no drinking water options nearby.
To achieve this, the NGO partners with the non-profit human rights organization, Sukhi 222. It also works closely with governments and communities in rural areas of beneficiary countries.
“Our initiatives target the most critical issues for the well-being of African populations,” explains the NGO.
“We bring clean, lifesaving drinking water to underserved communities that desperately need it.”
Indeed, he believes that food has the ultimate power to heal and that a robust agricultural system is needed to provide the foundation for people to thrive.
By empowering communities to implement and maintain healthy organic farming practices, the organization recognizes that many public health problems can be significantly improved or even eradicated.
Today, the HELP team focuses its healing efforts on interventions that span the full spectrum of health, nutrition, education, social protection, climate change and culture. Furthermore, it works to strengthen the creativity and capacities of African communities, building a future of food security, economic stability and environmental harmony for the sustainable development of human capital.
The NGO said: “We believe that food has the ultimate power to heal”, adding that “a robust agricultural system is needed to provide the foundation for people to thrive. By empowering communities to build place and maintain sound agricultural practices, many public health problems can be significantly improved and even eradicated.
The HELP team is on a quest to create an authentic model of African development that relies solely on natural resources, such as promoting organic whole foods as medicine and empowering communities to build and maintain healthy agricultural practices.
Indeed, the organization believes that empowering individuals through education and training will lead to an overall healthier lifestyle that is both holistic and sustainable.