ReShare aims to reduce waste and promote sustainability by encouraging the community to share resources and reduce mass consumption.
It is a safe, easy-to-use online platform for individuals and businesses to share items with others in their local community and promote connections and trust.
People can lend or borrow items such as tools, sporting equipment, musical instruments, and anything you can think of.
By facilitating sharing and collaboration, we want to reduce the number of new items that need to be produced and consumed, hence reducing waste and conserving resources, leading to a more sustainable future for all.
Plante aims to provide families with a simple and engaging gardening experience by utilising data-driven technologies.
Plante's eco-friendly Starter Kit, which includes planting pots from food waste, allows families to set up a plastic-free garden. Additionally, our interactive online platform provides families the tools and resources to learn about different crops and how to grow their gardens.
Children can watch our instructional videos and follow along to care for their plants, making the experience fun and interactive.
With Plante, gardening and learning can feel like playing.https://www.growplante.com
Development Alert is a registered charity in Uganda and is involved in Empowering Vulnerable and Poor communities on Livelihoods Improvement and Environmental well-being.
Founded in 2019, it exists to identify, develop and promote talent, projects, programs and activities on and related to the fight against the causes and consequences of poverty, ill health, biodiversity loss and marginalisation for socio-economic and environmental wellbeing.
Development Alert focuses on:
2) Promoting access to clean and safe water.
3) Capacity Building and implementation of Income Generation Projects based on need.
4) Promoting Environmental conservation initiatives.
Extracta has developed innovative technology and processes that harness the goodness from fresh crop waste, transforming it into high-quality natural ingredients suitable for a range of uses – from nutraceuticals and cosmetics to food products.
These innovations not only help to minimise crop waste for Australian agriculture businesses but also introduce exciting new ‘value-add’ natural ingredients for manufacturers to meet increasing consumer demand for natural products and ingredients.
All of that by keeping the logistical footprint to a minimum by relocating the processing plant to where the masses of processable materials are located.
Youth in Uganda are the youngest population in the world, with 77% of its population being under 25 years of age. With an 83% unemployment rate, Uganda is hosting over 1.500,000 refugees.
Yinnoh is a registered Ugandan NGO empowering marginalized youth and refugees to discover and tackle their untapped potential.
Yinnoh provides them with access to trusted and empowering learning materials for skills development and the unique opportunity self-discovering of their talents.
Yinnoh - where young people in Uganda start their own social enterprises and businesses that propel them towards self-reliance and economic contribution to their host communities.