8 results for Zambia


Ivor
Zambia
Zambia
Greetings my house is located at the center of livingstone town, it can accomodate more than 6 volunteers, volunteers can help with gardening, domistic animals, teaching the children at my community school and women program the project is stuated both in livingston town and 30 km drive to the village see our face book page at Milangu community school and tranining center your help we be apprciated looking foward to have you.
Darius
Lusaka
Zambia
We are joining as a WWOOF Host: We are an organic famring property with plots across the street from each other. We have a vegetable garden, small orchard, lots of cattle for dairy and meat, grow commercial crops of maize, soya, groundnuts etc. We are self-sufficiency, etc). We would like start a vineyard, process cheese and preserve our fruits and vegetables. We need help in outlining a masterplan layout so we can add a permanent house, warehouse etc. We a family owned farm.
Claire and Justin
Northern
Zambia
We are WWOOFers ourselves who finally have the opportunity to host at our farm. Our time spent WWOOfing here in Zambia as well as a year in Latin America were many of the experiences which have shaped our world view and consciousness. We have recently started work on our home and small farm in Northern Zambia. Currently we are building a home out of mostly locally available materials (mud and grass), and taming (but not too much!) the area surrounding it. Our property is right on Lukupa river. Once construction of the house is complete, we have ambitions for organic gardening and experimentation with compost and green manure. Bananas, Millet, and Sorghum abound. Chickens, turkeys, and more. Most importantly, we invite people who are interested in helping us and are also interesting in interacting with the neighbors in the rural Zambian village which hosts us. Culture and sustainability are our priorities and we would love to learn from and share with you! Currently, until we get the garden going (after this coming rainy season) we ask that WWOOFers be willing to stay for at least two weeks, and have an open mind about possibly contributing towards the costs or purchasing of food.
Isaac and Elias
Copperbelt
ZAMBIA
We are a team specialized in Organic soil fertility rebuilding through compost making and food production also involved in training Rural communities in self sufficiency through Organic farming and grass thatched roofing. Currently we have organically grown maize, Soya beans, Groundnuts and vegetables.
Pieter
Central
Zambia
I am a farmer doing Dynamic Bio-organic farming on row crops, macadamia nuts, cattle, Jatropha and cassava. I multiply soil micro-organisms for use together with organic material incorporated in the soil to form Humus and make some compost for crops that do not grow on Humus. Where manure is available, that too gets incorporated 600mm to prevent weeds taking over.
Nick
Copperbelt
ZAMBIA
Martha

ZAMBIA
The environmental centre of Zambian Science &Technology Resource Foundation is involved in environmental education activities with rural communities and is also doing organic farming. We would prefer a married and mature man who has training& experience to help us train our rural communities in organic farming techniques as well as work to improve and expand our farm and introduce products on demand on the international market. As an NGO our goal is to improve the environment in a way that will promote the standards of living of the rural people. We are not formally connected to any group but assist rural communities through our environmental education activities but we are also members of OPPAZ (Organic Producers and Processors Association of Zambia).
Sebastian

ZAMBIA
Small farm in Kafue river valley. Small organic garden and banana orchard (4 acres) all done by hand, sell by delivery and sms. Natural building using local materials. Chickens, pigs and cows. Expanding farm, plenty of things to do for someone who is interested. Nice people only please! But if your a Wwoofer you're probabiy nice. Will be using donkeys for ploughing & weeding in the coming year. Lots of malaria from Dec to May, you have been warned. We don't take prophylaxis but you should. Space for two if sharing. Communal cooking with stuff from the garden.