Seeds for Africa

I'm not familiar with the indigenous plants of Malawi, although I suspect millet plays an important part alongside legumes, leafy greens and onions.

Planting seeds is an important science. Get it right, and your new friends will have lovely crops. Get it seriously wrong, and you could unwittingly be introducing new genes to the country that could interfere with local crops.

I met a man a few month ago called Philip Monk. He regularly takes seeds and friendship to a village in Uganda. He also brings the people there old mobile phones, spectacles, musical instruments, and lots of other very useful things. I am so inspired by both of your approaches to giving. The fact that you're making such a personal job of helping out other people.

You can contact Philip to swap notes at:

Best wishes


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