Through the School of Agriculture for Family Independence (SAFI), farming families in Malawi get the opportunity to refine their agricultural techniques and learn best practices of agribusiness and nutrition to become self-reliant and provide the best possible future for their children. Many families’ lives have been transformed by the skills they learn at SAFI, enabling them to help their children go to school and create a brighter future. Each graduated family progresses with these new techniques and has the responsibility to pass these principles on to other community members.
0337 self-reliant families since 2007
SAFI EXTENSION: MALAWI
The SAFI Extension partners with the Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation and trains government agriculture workers to provide agricultural education to families and communities. While the SAFI campus only has the capacity to house 30–40 families, the SAFI Extension allows for more families to be taught and apply these life-changing principles. During 2018, the SAFI Extension trained more than 1,300 farmers giving them the skills they need to be self-reliant. In total, the SAFI Extension program has trained 5,785 farmers in Malawi.
05,785 farmers trained since 2012