Woke up early to the song of birds greeting each other and walked into the garden to snap a few shots. Every leaf was swaying heavily with balls of rain drops. A cool soft breeze swayed the branches back and forth, releasing the heavy droplets into the soil below. I wish I could take a […]

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After 18 months away from the field, it has been nice coming back to check on operations at Raintree Farms. The moringa powder facility is operational, but there is still a lot of work left to do in terms of improving production efficiencies. The production crew is well-trained and knowledgeable, but could use a lot […]

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Connect4Climate is putting out a call for African and African Diaspora bloggers. Next week is AVCC week. This is the first of what we hope can be an annual event. We are looking to engage Africa’s online intellectual capacity to chime in on the global climate change conversation. We may all enjoy blogging about different […]

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[ Due to recent server crash at our hosting company, we are reposting this entry due to data loss ] I don’t think that I have ever been more nervous about this project than when I was sitting Travelers’ Corner in Masindi (my virtual office while I am in Masindi), waiting for my driver to […]

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If you’ve been looking for a way to help get the word out on Project Aloe, here’s an easy-as-pie way to help us. We’ve whipped up a nice little banner ad, complete with the code. All you have to do is copy and paste it into your desired location on your website. We’d like to […]

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Over the next few weeks, Project Diaspora will be covering the plight of Uganda’s aloe vera farmers who are trying to find international markets for their product. Part 1 of Project Aloe is an overview of how I personally got involved. Subsequent articles will provide more details into the challenges of trying to assist these […]

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Over the next few weeks, Project Diaspora will be covering the plight of Uganda’s aloe vera farmers who are trying to find international markets for their product. Part 1 of Project Aloe is an overview of how I personally got involved. Subsequent articles will provide more details into the challenges of trying to assist these […]

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