WHYFARM (We Help You-th FARM), introduces newly invented and creative approaches to reach out to the younger generation on the importance on the role they can play in Agriculture.
In 35 years time, 10 year olds (NOW) will be 45 years of age. They are the ones that Will be responsible for farming. There must be new approaches to ensure that they take up this task in order to ensure we are food secure.
WHYFARM is a not-for-profit organization based in Trinidad and Tobago, our organization is aimed at promoting agriculture among youth by increasing their awareness of the world’s food problems and by doing so; grow the future feeders of 2050. This is done by transforming the negative perception associated with agriculture among communities, to children in particular, into a sector which is worthwhile through agri-edutainment (agricultural education and entertainment) to counter the challenges related to food security in our communities and worldwide.
Furthermore, WHYFARM aims to equip young men and women with knowledge and skills to identify and recognize opportunities in the agricultural sector for self-sustenance and improved livelihood.
For details about our successes over the past 12 months, take a look at our WHYFARM 2017 Year In Review.
Promotion of Agriculture among youth by increasing their awareness of the world food crisis and in doing so, grow the future feeders of 2050.
To create the next generation of farmers and agripreneurs to develop bold, out-of-the-box innovations that help solve the greatest challenge facing our collective future: food security.
Growing Future Feeders From The Ground Up.
How We Do it
In addition to creating AGRI Man to educated youth on the issues facing food production as well as interested in Agriculture we have created numerous programs such as;
101 Hashtags WHYFARM
Funding Future Farmings Project
STEM in Agriculture
WhyFarm AgriVenture Project
ICT & AgriEduTainment Officer
Agricultural photographer, Social media reporter. BSc. Agribusiness & Environmental Natural Resources Management.
AGbassador WhyFarm Haiti "AgriCoolTure"
I am a young leader, change maker and young Entrepreneur engaged to solve issues in Haiti.
AGbassador WhyFarm Zambia
A creative, enthusiastic and hardworking young professional from Zambia, focused on growing in the field of ICT, Agriculture and youth development.
A graduate from National University of Rwanda, Faculty of Political and Administrative Science. Mahame is also passionate about food Security and commodity management.
John Agboola is an agriculturist with a passion for agricultural research and development. He is a value chain catalyst who started his agricultural career from an agrarian community in his home town before advancing to get a degree in Agricultural Economics and Extension from Federal University of
Technology, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria.