Matthew A. Onyeanula is an Eco designer, Agro ecologist, permaculturist, slowfoodist, climate change activist, peace advocate, humanitarian, missioner, sportsman and a creative artist


Our vision is for humans, animals, fruits, vegetables, etc  to peacefully and happily coexist in our Ecological Center (Community), creating an example of regenerative - sustainable agriculture and sustainable living in Have region.  thereby making them gain access to their basic needs such as education, land, capital, tools, Etc.  A re-shaped society/community where the love of caring for the people prevails, respect for the earth is well embraced and sharing fairly the surplus or produce is encouraged and taken as a watchword. Constantly conscious of improving and maintaining well-balanced, functioning and preserved ecosystems – climate which is connected to our general health and well-being.


Teach, empower and promote peace and culture, regenerative - sustainable agriculture, community development through the use of regenerative/ecological  – natural systems approach. We have been able to address problems faced by poor inhabitants – farmers, etc. Model patterns for organizations, institution, industries and agricultural firms, etc. We are steadfast and always on the move, creating and providing significant solutions and thereby taking action against climate change.


  • Ecological / Permaculture / I.C.T  Trainings
  • Community Development
  • Landscaping
  • Eco-Culture Development / Exchange programs
  • Eco-lodge / Eco-village
  • Environmental Management / Waste Management
  • Recycling
  • Beekeeping (Apiculture)
  • Organic Food Production, Cosmetics, Pesticides, Fertilizer…  
  • Mushroom Production
  • Moringa Project
  • Peace Advocacies
  • Sustainable Animal Management
  • Renewable Energy – Solar systems, Water Catchments Systems, Biogas
  • Low Cost Irrigation Systems
  • Agro / Eco-tourism
  • Tree Planting / Agro Forestry Systems, Etc.


  • Ecosystems devastation
  • Land Degradation / Soil infertility
  • Community development
  • Deforestation
  • Climate change
  • Alarming poverty rate
  • Environmental hazard
  • Segregation
  • Lack of access and means to other knowledge like recycling, self-sufficiency, etc.
  • The people living in and outside this area lack access to education, land, capital, tools, etc.
  • Food Security
  • Lack of Capacity Building/Empowerment
  • Outrageous Unemployment rate