TeSito Providential Development is a German-Gambian nonprofit initiative to provide educational and vocational training around (smallholder) organic farming and regenerative agriculture practices in the rural areas of The Gambia.

Our motivation is to contribute with our professional experience to significantly improve the living conditions of the rural population in The Gambia by helping to identify and promote existing potentials, to open up professional perspectives and to give substantial impulses for regional trade.

In doing so, we operate in defined fields of competence and application (i.e. organic rice cultivation), in which both we ourselves and external partners brought in by us impart knowledge and practical skills. We start with personal presence and community building, knowledge support and training in organic farming, as well as fostering traditional and modern crafts and trades that surround it (which also includes logistics, and regional marketing & sales)

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Phone: +49 (0)172-244 15 17

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