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In 2016, Uche Isieke began a journey to lift his very underserved community from the doldrums of generational poverty. By creating opportunities and access to resources that simply didn’t exist before, Uche is single-handedly shattering the cycle of poverty for families in his community.

Uche’s work is more than just a handout; it’s about empowering people to create their own future. Through education and job training, Uche is ensuring that people have the skills they need to build a better life for themselves and their families. His work is an inspiration, and it’s making a real difference in the lives of people in his community.

RUWAI has decided to plant gardens of fruit trees within 5 school compounds to help stop children from leaving the safety of the school to go foraging for food.

  • To prevent malnourishment, help the children to better focus on schoolwork and improve their grades.

  • It draws children away from needless exposure to predators, both humans, and wildlife, and fertilizes the land fighting back increasing desertification.

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We have hand-picked communities that are suffering from tragedies created by climate change issues and are currently providing locals a platform to build their skillset, preventing the same issues from reoccurring in the future.

At RUWAI we give each of our donors the unique opportunity to plant and maintain fast-growing native trees which you will be able to follow its progression from the nursery to its position as a sturdy provider for every living thing surrounding it.

600

Women, men, and youth trained and empowered for livelihoods

15,000

Trees planted

25 / 10

Acres / Hectares of land restored

Uche (right) and Mr. Uzor and the donated a palm kernel cracking and separating machine
Uche (right) and Mr. Uzor and the donated a palm kernel cracking and separating machine
Delivering the palm kernel cracking and separating machine
Delivering the palm kernel cracking and separating machine
Setting up the palm kernel cracking and separating machine
Setting up the palm kernel cracking and separating machine
Monthlly donation to assist the Uzor family.
Monthlly donation to assist the Uzor family.
Donated seedlings being cared for
Donated seedlings being cared for
We make your tree donations count by keeping you up to date with seedlings planted under your name.
We make your tree donations count by keeping you up to date with seedlings planted under your name.
Children happily planting the donated trees at one of the schools
Children happily planting the donated trees at one of the schools

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Would you like to get involved with RUWAI?

There are many ways you can make a difference and help people in need. You could donate money, time, or resources. Or, you could raise awareness about the issue and help others get involved. Whatever you do, you’ll be making a difference in the lives of others.

Mission
To combat climate change and poverty head-on by teaching marginalized people living in rural areas to enhance their resilience, incomes, and overall standard of living through agriculture and new business ventures.

Vision 
To empower rural communities across Nigeria to start and scale businesses born out of our regenerative agricultural initiatives. Creating livelihoods and preventing further land damage at the same time.

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Every little bit truly does matter and makes a difference. we give each of our donors the unique opportunity to plant and maintain fast-growing native trees.

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