Hunger and malnutrition are typical problems in developing countries, despite the significant increase in productivity and the successful fight against
famines. The reason for this lies in the fact that agriculture is not able to
the rapidly growing population with a sufficiently large amount of food
The project aims to introduce new and improved climate-friendly agricultural
The project is from December 1st, 2022 to May 31st, 2023. WP Schmitz Foundation and
“Intercultural House Saar e. V.” jointly promote the agricultural project with ours
Partner organization “Radiant Women Development Initiatives (RWDI)” in “Alatare Saliu
Village“ in Nigeria.
Due to the project’s success, many organizations in different states of Nigeria want to participate in the „Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA)“ project.
Ms. Omoniyi Ogodo-Bach, the founder and chairwoman of „Intercultural House
e. V.“ is the contact person and person responsible for the project in Germany.