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The Mupo Foundation work to preserve and revive cultural diversity and food sovereignty in South Africa. Based in Johannesburg, the organisation strengthens local communities in ecological governance by reviving indigenous seed, facilitating and encouraging intergenerational learning, and rebuilding confidence in the value of indigenous knowledge systems.
The organisation was founded in 2007 driven by concerns that cultural values are being eroded and indigenous forests are facing mass destruction, causing possibly irreversable disorder within Mupo. The Mupo Foundation wants to restore this order.
Our work began in Kwazulu Natal and Limpopo and is now extending into Mpumalanga, Botswana and Zimbabwe. Take a look through the website to find out more about what we do, our current campaigns and news, and films which bring our work to life.
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