What We Need
VOLUNTEERING AT GUZAKUZA!
Do you want to acquire new skills? Meet new people? Put your talents and passion to good use,Make Impact?
Then think of volunteering for Ignite . Whatever your talent and passion, you have something to do in Guzakuza. All you need is "a can do spirit and attitude"
You can volunteer in many ways:
Be an Ambassador: Spread the word about GUZAKUZA. You can attract new participants, facilitators, volunteers,investors,partners or potential donors. For example you could help out with design, newsletters, translations, write ups right from the comfort of your home or office etc.
Be a Mentor. Share your experience with our beneficiaries and coach them to become successful Agripreneurs.
Be a Facilitator Help us equip our beneficiaries with relevant knowledge and skills.
Be a Fundraiser Ethically raise funds towards Ignite. Our proud fundraisers are creative and come up with their own ideas, we just support them to meet their targets.
Interested persons are expected to fill out an online form or send a brief mail.
When & Who
What we Provide
Home stay accommodation with lovely colleagues.
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Other Ways to Help
Some of our wishlist include Agricultural and training tools.
Additional Info about Us
Sign up form: Please Click Here guzakuza.org/application.html
We know with one single sector called Agriculture, six of the Sustainable Development Goals will come to fruition.
We ask ourselves thought provoking questions -
“How are we going to feed the world's population on track to 9 billion in 2050 if we all stay in the offices in suits and ties?"
Why should a continent with rich fertile soil and favourable weather conditions still import daily Agricultural Consumables?
We use Agriculture and entrepreneurship to create mindset change in the society.
We highlight the fact that this sector is not only about tilling the soil,but it includes all the processes from the farm to the table (growing,processing,technology,packaging,branding,marketing,transportation,distribution etc)
We believe that the farmer is as equally important as the lawyer and the doctor.