Tieme Ndo has secured a grant worth $25,000 from the Dovetail Impact Foundation. In addition to the grant fuding, Tieme Ndo will receive training on branding and communication from the Might Ally Institute.
The Dovetail Impact Foundation formerly David Weekley Family Foundation invests time, treasure, and talent in organisations that promote human flourishing. One of our founders, Moses, was invited to enrol in an accelerator program where he learned branding and marketing strategies before securing the grant.
These funds cannot come at another opportune time. The covid-19 pandemic had frustrated most of global movements of goods and services thus driving prices of fertilisers and other farm inputs. Supporting farmers with our programs by domino effect was also affected, the number of participants were reduced and so was our working capital. We are not out of the woods yet but such funds if utilised well will be the stepping stone for a better future. A future where we can enrol more farmers to programs and achieve zero hunger before 2030.
We are grateful to the Dovetail Impact Foundation team for trusting us and believing in our vision to help 100000 young farmers build financially stable families.A huge congrats to the Tieme Ndo team.