Desarrollo rural



Khama is an accessories brand built on a collaboration between designers in London and Malawi. Khama is a hub workshop and supports artisans with design, training, access to markets and facilities for our producers to have their own business. It creates a supplementary income for our producers.

Aura Herbal Textiles


Aura replaces 8000 chemicals & protects 2000 liters of H2O used per conventional garment ,using patented herbal dyeing method.We use medicinally rich regenerative natural ingredients as turmeric , fruit peels,sea salt to colour & process textiles ,disrupting conventional chemical intensive industry


dreiklang apparel brings great slow fashion from which combines inner & outward beauty. Our clothing is handmade regionally from best resources supplied from maximum 100 km distance. Our core values are transparency, fairness and trust.

The Haller Farmers App


The Haller Farmers App is an open source web based app helping farmers farm the unfarmable in Kenya. Using video, audio, photos and text in English and Kiswahili rural farmers can access localized, sustainable and verified farmers techniques on their mobile devices for free anywhere, anytime.

Fundación TICNNOVA


TICNNOVA is an NGO that develops alliances, strategies, social inclusion and citizen participation projects to improve the life quality of the vulnerable people through innovation, training, technology and teaching methodologies specially designed to this population groups in Colombia and Mexico.


Sin fines de lucro / ONG / Sector Civil

Thanda is a non-profit organisation that empowers communities to break the cycle of generational poverty through Early Childhood Development, After-school Education, and Agriculture Development Programmes.

Alter-Art Corp.


Alter-Art will enhance small-space living worldwide, promote healthy social gatherings for all socio-economic income levels; utilize eco-friendly materials, preserve culture while increasing economic growth/income in developing communities, and support health-care & housing projects.


The garment industry in Ethiopia is growing. Agromodus sketches an integrated holistic concept of an advantageous production system, in which collaborating parties that are willing to indulge in good practice, have a great opportunity to provide a sustainable supply for an increasing market demand.