‘J845N Tandum Development Project’ is a sustainability empowerment project working with local organisations to create lasting change by enabling sustainable business development, small project funding and community education.
Starting in 2012 and partnering with local organisations such as public schools and women’s groups in urban and rural areas of Kenya, the project has facilitated the establishment of a number of greenhouses to provide food for pupils, generate economic revenue that can be directed back into the school or group and used as a way to train people in a new way of agriculture. The project assists communities with water security – storage, pumps and solar lighting to increase the quality of life for these groups.
The project also provides one off funding for business development, training and small project facilitation like onion farming, solar light projects in schools and women’s groups and tree propagation. The tandem development project’s main objective is to create sustainability and provide growth, change and positive development in individuals, families and their communities.