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March 2020 Update - Project South Africa

23 March 2020, George, SOUTH AFRICA


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January 2020 Newsletter Update

23 January 2020, George, SOUTH AFRICA

Vocational Training Agriculture - January Update

Of all the resources required to reach our goals in this initiative, human capacity stands as the most important. Abraham Martin is a gem of such a resource to us. He shares insights and experience with our young students without holding back or fearing that others may use those insights to make great strides in life for themselves.

Leading Young People to Ensure Food Security in South Africa

1 January, 2020 BRUSSELS, Belgium


Abraham Martin

The young people who experienced his enormous value and wealth of knowledge have spoken out over their views on what he has meant to them and how they have benefit from relating to him.

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New Footprints in the Soil of South Africa's Vocational Training in Agriculture

14 November, 2019 BRUSSELS, Belgium
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First Footprints to give Soul to South Africa's Soil

Spirulina project in Cape Town schools combine microbiology with solving real problems

The Cape Academy of Mathematics, Science and Technology and Groenberg Secondary School will be hubs to a quartet of teachers and eight students from the Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium in Tel-Aviv, ISRAEL, from 21 February - 1 March in the Western Cape, SOUTH AFRICA. Grade 10 students from 4 other schools will convene to provide knowledge and skills that will enable schools to collaborate in solving the nutritional needs of young children. The practical approach in teaching microbiology to High School students will improve understanding of the ecology needed to grow Spirulina and will establish the basis for schools to replicate the process in other schools, the region and the country. Spirulina has been dubbed the “super food” because of its high content of protein (70%). Students at Herzliya have been growing the algae in plastic bottles - a process that forms part of their studies in microbiology. Several international organizations, including UNESCO and Rotary International, are seeing the potential of Spirulina to help fight malnutrition.