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.
WHAT WE DO
- Ecological / Permaculture / I.C.T Trainings
- Community Development
- Eco-Culture Development / Exchange programs
- Eco-lodge / Eco-village
- Environmental Management / Waste Management
- 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.
CAUSE OF ACTION
- Ecosystems devastation
- Land Degradation / Soil infertility
- Community development
- Climate change
- Alarming poverty rate
- Environmental hazard
- 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