Kareem Longwe and Peter Wofasta Chimangeni, two Agriculturalists from Malawi who completed the Agrostudies course last year have already taken the initiative and, exhibiting an extraordinary entrepreneur spirit, have already begun launching a series of projects in their home country to pass forward what they learned in Israel.
Longwe and Chimangeni returned to Malawi and developed an organization that will soon be training agriculture graduates in modern agriculture. They are also working on modifying drip irrigation to fit Malawi’s environment and produce citrus seedlings.
Their initiative includes three separate projects.
Mr. Longwe wrote Agrostudies to tell them about his project: “I returned from Israel Agrostudies last year and I have passionately shared the knowledge I gained. With my friend we are implementing a number of projects to help our country. I was inspired by the award Agrostudies gave during graduation and I appreciate all the Agrostudies staff.”
Longwe also wished to encourage the students currently studying in Israel: “Please make sure you learn all that is important and take the information back to your countries. Make sure you implement whatever you have learned there and become self-dependent”.