Whether we are male, female, human or animal or not even the same species, we have all mothered in some way! Here are just a few who have helped raise and protect siblings, animals and other people’s children. Thanks to all who mother in the world! Happy Mothers Day!
As it is snowing in Canada I am thankful that we are getting our cold weather! We are unfortunately seeing record rising temperatures around the world. Zambia is into its 2nd year of drought which it has never seen before ( see video below). There are areas just south of Zambia that h
I am not sure if Canadian’s on the whole know what Rotary International means?https://www.rotary.org/en/about-rotary In the last 4 years we have certainly found out, especially through The Pickering Rotary Club!https://pickeringrotary.ca/ So if you want to meet a great group of
We have different growing seasons here in Canada than in Zambia Africa so it is often hard for me to get seeds to send over there in the start of their rainy season which is October-March. To help alleviate some of the food insecurity in Zambia due to high levels of poverty, we collec
SEEDS donated and helped plant some trees ( Amarula, Lemon, Mango, Musahuli, Baobab) at Limulunga Community School and here is an update of how they are doing. There has been an extensive drought in Zambia this year but their amazing teacher Mr. Mwalusi and the children are keep
My Mom is 87 years old and I really don’t know what to buy her! Can you imagine the smile on your Mother’s face when you tell her you have planted a Baobab Tree in Zambia for her for Mother’s Day! I bet she would love it! The iconic Baobab tree is dying off in
This is Happy Sibuchoko in his new SEEDS agro store called Hope Agrihome Ltd. He has named it as he gives hope for agriculture in every home and is located at Kashitu Market in Kalabo. When we originally started SEEDS in 2011 I was sending non GMO vegetable and fruit tree seeds to Mwu
Sending the much needed fruit and vegetable seeds to Zambia is one thing, but when the very hard working people don’t get the rains they so rely on, the result is catastrophic. This is how they end up without seed for their next planting. I usually try to write positive messages