Chef Nino is a chef, farmer, and entrepreneur in Zimbabwe. Nino comes from a farming background and has founded AGRIOLA, which works with rural farmers by providing them with seeds, drip kits, and resources to farm.
He's been working with the groups to plant chili peppers to then process and make products like hot sauce. He is also a passionate and talented cook and his mission is to inspire the youth in Zimbabwe and in Africa to get involved in agriculture.
As I mentioned in the introduction, Mozambique and Zimbabwe were hit by a devastating cycle. Here are a few charities that are helping
Humanity & Inclusion have been working in Mozambique since 1986, helping disable landmines and tackling other issues stemming from the country’s 25-year civil war. The organization has 40 people working on the ground in Mozambique, helping clear roads and giving special attention to people with disabilities. You can read more about their work and donate here: www.hi-us.org/mozambique
Joint Aid Management (JAM) is an African-founded organization working and operating in Angola, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa, South Sudan, Uganda and Sierra Leone:jamusa.us/donate/specific-prog…nse-to-cyclone-idai/
Music is by Channy. You can learn more about Channy and Clalett Studios here: www.facebook.com/Clalett-Studios-372726859812875/