Have you ever think of plant your own vegetable? and do you know that you actually can feed a kid with your vegetable weekly? Now everything is possible with AquaVille Asia. You can have the fresh vegetable for needy weekly with a relative small monthly investment, We call it as Sponsorship.
An aquaponic solution fully equipped with IOT to monitor the health and growth of your vegetables and your fishes, by monitoring nutrient levels for the plants and oxygen levels for the fishes – all through the use of state-of-the-art technology.
Fully organic and pesticide free, these vegetables are guaranteed fresh and the fish, healthy. In the midst of the pandemic, they are reaching out to INDIVIDUALS or ORGANISATIONS who would like to do their part in helping to feed the needy.
They have 80 plots left to be sponsored, each at RM80 per month with a 6-month commitment up front – that will guarantee to feed a child monthly – with fresh, healthy vegetables weekly and 2 meals with fish – for the duration of your sponsorship.
The ecosystem is fully independent, managed by us and the harvest is gathered weekly – delivered right to the doorstep of our beneficiary. They are currently working with Persatuan Kebajikan Kanak-kanak Terencat Akal Malaysia (马来西亚建安智障儿童家福协会) to help feed more than 70+ children and adults with mental disorder. If you have your recipient of choice, reach out to them and they will contact them and see how they can help them too.
For each sponsor, they will prepare a plaque that will mark your plot so you know which is yours and you can see your crops growing. How cool is that?!
In future, They will be bringing urban farming to you where you can grow, visit, manage and harvest your own vegetables and fish – all via a digital medium – right at your own fingertips. You can then either choose to consume your own harvest, or help feed another human being.
“We may be comfortably living in our apartments or houses. We may not be getting affected by hunger during this time of despair. But there are so many people out there who may not have eaten a proper meal in the last few days. The turmoil caused by the COVID 19 pandemic is playing havoc in the lives of millions of people from all around the world. We are all in this together. We all can do our bit. Let’s feed the hungry and help the less fortunate among us. Together we can make this world a better place.” ― Avijeet Das
Please drop your message here in the comment and let us know how you want to play your part – either by being a sponsor or helping to viral this by simply sharing.