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    The Friends of Wumenu Community Farm (FWCF) is a registered Scottish charity based in Glasgow Govan

    FWCF interested in provision of skills and resources to support sustainable agriculture and cultural diversity both in British and African Schools and Communities.The Friend of Wumenu Community Farm’s mission is to alleviate poverty sustainably whilst improving the environment.

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    What We Do In Scotland

    We are committed to empowering some poorest families in one of the world’s poorest rural communities to thrive, rather than just survive through the sustainable use of donated Charitable Goods,Arts and Agriculture.

    By helping others in the rural poor communities  in Ghana , we also help ourselves in Scotland through Redirecting reusable household and charitable goods from the Scottish landfill sites.

    More recently we are focusing our efforts in Govan Glasgow to provide increased focused support to our young unemployed 19-24 years old and we are currently working to create our first jobs in Govan to create leadership and hope for the many young and highly educated unemployed who volunteer with us.

    Recycling for life, create jobs for local participants in Scotland and Ghana enabling locally affordable housing, medicines, energy and environmental improvement, and as a source of products that can be sold at local affordable price, and bought with dignity via our online charity shop in Scotland and through the local market place in Ghana

    Funds generated go back into developing the local economy in Scotland and Ghana.

    In Ghana it also enables FWCF to pays for essentials such as schooling and healthcare for the disadvantaged rural poor. (like our  young or old community farmers)