Global One’s flagship Islamic Farming project was a 5-month pilot project that implemented sustainable farming techniques. We empowered farmers, particularly women, to become self-sufficient and support their families.
We used our Islamic Farming Toolkit to train 20 local farmers and 20 orphan girls in sustainable agricultural techniques through using afaith-based approach, and providing them with land, tools and livestock.
Since the training, the average yield of the farmers increased by 49%. The project improved the livelihoods of the local community and decreased food wastage. It also helped to preserve our planet through implementing eco-friendly farming methods, such as the use of natural fertilisers.
This project created employment opportunities in agriculture for impoverished workers, as well as providing sustainable livelihoods for beneficiaries and their families.