Planeterra is excited to introduce to you the amazing partnerships that have been established over the last year. From Navajo Nation in the USA to the small town of Hagi in Japan, these new partnerships spread across the entire globe. Click through to read more about each project below:
Monteverde, Costa Rica
Sustainable farm and coffee producer focused on environmental education.
Cafe and artisan workshop with product proceeds supporting wildlife protection.
Grand Canyon, Navajo Nation
Social enterprise incubator supporting Indigenous-owned businesses in Navajo Nation.
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Women’s cooperative specializing in traditional Zimbabwean cuisine.
Kayabwe (Equator), Uganda
Cafe and youth training program supporting HIV-positive children.
Mekong Delta, Laos
Indigenous Laotian community homestay experience.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Favela tour supporting five community social enterprises.
Digana, Sri Lanka
Community guest house and dairy farm providing alternative livelihoods to community members.
Purposeful community that empowers and employs community members living with disabilities.
Woman owned and run restaurant and community centre on the Li River.
Bandarawela, Sri Lanka
Co-operative of women trained in mango chutney production for livelihood development.
Homestay run by ageing population in Hagi.
Christchurch, New Zealand
Social enterprise focused on resourcefulness of people and planet as a means of community building.
Kao Tep Pitak, Thailand
Community-led homestay, meals and experiences.
Woman owned and run cafe in Jordan serving traditional meals and hosting cooking classes.
Laem Sak, Thailand
Community-led tours and sea kayaking.
South Ghour, Jordan
Youth training and community centre for environmental sustainability of the Dead Sea area.