The Moringa Project
CAMA has been involved in developing moringa projects around Southeast Asia for nearly a decade. The highly nutritious moringa plant can help families struggling with malnutrition, as well as provide a crop of leaves and seeds that can be sold to supplement family income.
In Cambodia, a self-sustaining moringa business exists today. In another community in Indonesia, our team started a moringa business in an area hit hard by a tsunami. (In 2004 more than 170,000 people were killed in the region; nearly half a million were left homeless.) This social enterprise is owned and operated by two female business owners.
How has this opportunity impacted these women? Watch Ana’s story.