We offer seeds to members of our community in order to fight hunger. This also enables some to earn a living by growing food to sell, so it also contributes to eradicating poverty.
Poverty in Uganda is what led to animal cruelty because the only reason people keep animals is for money or consumption. But, since the Seedling Project has helped many households in Kassanda District to grow or buy local food, they are changing their minds and moving away from the products of animal cruelty, and towards animal-free food production. We are planting, not only the seeds of food, but also the seeds of positive change and those seeds, we hope, will proliferate.