We are a dynamic, forward-thinking social enterprise engaging in Sustainable Agriculture Production at our 12-acre farm-base in Agou, Togo.
We produce and deliver high-quality organic fruits, vegetables and herbs from our farm straight to your doorstep.
The profits from our farm sales, supplemented by online fundraising, are then reinvested into vocational training and scholarships for low income women and youths.
We offer several volunteer opportunities where you can visit us at our farm and learn more about our sustainable farming techniques.
Our founder is a former student of the British School of Lomé, an Obama Leader and writer for Future Africa Forum.
DIY and building projects
Creating/ Cooking family meals
Help with Eco Projects
Help around the house
Help with Computers/ Internet
Every year we welcome volunteers, students and working professionals looking to immerse themselves into local cultures by volunteering abroad.
Local students work together with volunteers to implement different innovative and environmentally friendly techniques.
Get involved in educating local communities, learning about sustainable farming techniques and make some new friends from different countries.
On weekends you can go on a exploratory mountain hike, learn about nature and different plant species and their uses and cool off under waterfalls.
Some of the tasks you will undertake during your stay with us include:
Crop growing, animal care, teaching, planning, research, communications, land management and organizing school trips to the farm to educate local children.
Our agriculture project is in its early stages and is usually combined with teaching, sports coaching and eco building projects.
Haitian Creole: Fluent
Our semi-modern Farm house with Mountain View’s - Staff, volunteers and Interns stay here.
3 shared bedrooms / 1 bathroom / kitchen / living-dining room / roof terrace / garden
Meal options: Vegetarian, Vegan, regular
Very clean, hygienic and tidy.
Our farm-base is located in Agou, southwest of Togo. It lies in the Plateaux Region, surrounded by mountains filled with coffee and cocoa plantations.
Our guests usually combine multiple site visits and activities to make the most of the weekend, including, mountain hikes, swimming in rivers and waterfalls pools, educational forest treks with local guides and visiting the artisanal market.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
More than two
Maximum 5 hours a day, 5 days a week