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Negro cassava farm

Negro cassava farm

Let us drive hunger away from our community through youth empowerment

Olanipekun Adewale



ROI: 136%

$10.03 per share

Clean the beaches

Clean the beaches

Clean the beaches today for a better tomorrow!

Deevesh Gokool


Belle Mare

ROI: 1765%

$25.70 per share

Mombasa college

Mombasa college

Locally and internationally recognized college operating since 1953

Head Director



ROI: 1180%

$17.87 per share

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The DJI pilots completed their agricultural goals that cover a total of 66.7 million hectares of farmland by the year 2021. It also gives greater productivity in the maquilas. What else have we contributed to the ecosystem and its sustainable development?
We have carbon reductions, climate change that has triggered a series of environmental problems such as the melting of glaciers and the rise in sea level and this affects both the lives of animals and the lives of each one of us and one of The way to deal with the climate crisis is by reducing the production of carbon that does so much damage to the environment. To this end, China has pledged to reach maximum production by 2030 and greatly reduce carbon output by 2060. DJI Agriculture echoes these goals by exploring ways to limit carbon emissions. In plant protection operations, replacing traditional machines with drones can reduce carbon emissions by 51.45 kg CO2e (carbon dioxide equivalent) per hectare. [1] For 66.7 million hectares, that equates to 3.43 million tons of CO2e. 3.43 million tons of carbon output are equivalent to 1. carbon absorbed by 161 million trees in one year, 2. carbon issue from 1.27 million vehicles, 3. water saved by 29 million tons.
Agricultural drone application can increase the pesticide utilization rate by at least 10% compared to retroactive manual spraying. With a pesticide use rate of 1.5 kg per hectare, 1,000 tons of pesticides can be saved by spraying 66.7 million hectares with drones.
Pesticide poisoning has been a perennial problem in the industry. The increased use of agricultural drones has made farmland operations safer by protecting personnel from chemical hazards, providing farmers with a healthier and safer working environment.
Three years ago, several abandoned mines in Fukang City, Xinjiang's Changji Prefecture, were found to have caused serious pollution to the local environment. In March 2021, the Tieman Plant Protection Team, DJI's agricultural partner, joined the greening operations of the mines, where they seeded 666.7 hectares of land with drones and restored its vegetation. This summer the mines were covered in green grass and showed vital signs of growth.

Rising sun montessori school

Education for the young ones from nursery to primary

Phillip Mugabi

by Phillip Mugabi


$55.00 per share

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