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July 1, 2017

“Africa 2030” is a grassroots organization, established in 2014, in Israel. Its members include an international group of people — African and non-African – who care deeply about Africa’s future and want to help both people and wildlife, which the organization sees as interconnected. The organizers believe there is only one long-term, sustainable solution to Africa’s current challenges – to support and develop local community and environmental leadership that will lead local communities and the environment to prosperity. Spirulina is a central element in the plan.

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