To turn our vision into reality our team designs and implements innovative & inclusive projects.
Organic Agriculture production
We produce and process high quality organic goods for sale on the open market and reinvest the profits into vocational training, scholarships and donations for women, children and cooperatives. This allows us to tackle social problems, improve people's living conditions, support local communities and help the environment.
Our regional headquarters and agriculture production site is located in Agou, Kloto, Togo. Some of the tasks our team undertake include: Organic production, organic processing, animal husbandry, teaching, planning, bio-energy, communications, research, land management, waste recycling and organizing school trips to educate local children.
Every year we receive a number of local and international interns looking to gain valuable field experience and grow their professional networks. Get involved in educating local communities and promoting sustainable organic farming methods.
Vocational training & scholarships
Many urban and rural children come from families in need of additional educational support and in some cases, at risk youth arrive in new cities alone as a result of conflict, trafficking or economic hardship.
Kailend believes that every child should be seen and heard and that every child deserves an opportunity to strive for their goals. Our skills training and scholarship program engages and sponsors rural and inner city children to get involved in computing, agriculture, wood works, scholarships and various other types of vocational training.
Women's economic development
Women in Africa are not less capable of achieving economic success than men, but they are more likely to encounter circumstances, norms and laws that limit their full economic participation. Research suggests that when a woman’s economic status improves, so does that of her household, her community and, potentially, her country.
Kailend's women's economic development project was launched to empower low income earning women and cooperatives by providing vocational training and seed funding to enable them to run their own sustainable businesses. Despite the challenges that remain on the front of empowering low income earning women, Kailend sees this as an opportunity to create value in the lives of women, their families and their communities.