Zero Harm Foundation
Human transformation is a chain reaction of personal change
World’s first Impact farming, low-cost housing, renewable energy & cannabis exploration platform all built into one investment collective, for sustainability, for humanity. ZHF is a sustainable, renewable and environmentally conscious organization whose core aim is to alleviate poverty and empower vulnerable communities through housing, industry and job creation.
ZHF’s initiatives empower impoverished communities with non-correlative association to the banking and property sectors and runs counter to conventional market trends whilst offering diversification which is unmatched and in the best interest of humanity.
All ventures take into consideration the objective for environmental, social and economic improvement. Impact farming qualifies for tax benefits associated with renewable energy and sustainable farming.
Through our research, ZHF have found unique ways in which we can rapidly develop ethical projects, with the support of conscientious investors. Creating positive change whilst investing either for capital appreciation, income or through tax-deductible donations is now, for the first time, made possible through our versatile and dynamic platform.
Zero Harm Foundation
Consisting of the following initiatives
Low Cost Housing
Low-cost housing with off-grid energy and food systems — There are 2,100,000 informal houses in South Africa, without having access to proper housing and education will ultimately lower the likelihood of improving the current circumstances of those less fortunate at later stages in life.
The various partners of ZHF specialize in both the cultivation of hemp by having the necessary licensing as well as supplying ZHF with existing cannabis waste from marijuana plantations in Lesotho. Hemp is here to serve all of humanity’s needs.
Medicinal cannabis cultivation & export as well as research and development — Currently prescribed by doctors and used by patients with Multiple sclerosis, Cancer, Anxiety & Depression, Autism, Arthritis, Glaucoma, Nausea, HIV & AIDS, Chronic pain, Migraines, insomnia and much more.
Creating impact through permaculture — We aim to push the boundaries of what is possible,taking the principles of permaculture to a large scale that serves to create abundant futures and provide the people from impoverished communities with a future that caters for not just their basic needs; shelter, food and medical care.
Hemp refinery and cellulose extraction site to manufacture biodegradable hemp-plastics as well as manufacturing “cannabricks” and “hempcrete” for housing projects — Industrial hemp was once a dominant crop on the global landscape. This hardy and renewable resource (one of the earliest domesticated plants known, with roots dating back to the Neolithic Age in China) was refined for various industrial applications, including paper, textiles, and cordage.
Job creation, training and empowering through education using VR training methods & tutorials — ZHF will be using Virtual Reality training in each of its operations. The key benefits using VR is to overcome possible language barriers and the ability to read and write or even speak English is no longer essential for ZHF to educate, guide and support.
Wind & Solar farms to generate 100% sustainable and renewable energies — On top of having zero energy-production costs there is also less energy lost during long distance transport. With panels being installed on rooftops and nearby locations will drastically reduce costs to transport the energy.
Sustainable organic farming
Impact farming of macadamias, ginger, blueberries, Moringa, garlic and honey — Impact farming is a natural and sustainable way for farming in accordance with what is naturally available to the farm in terms of soil nutrition, temperature and weather conditions.
Large scale hydroponic farming using 1/10th of the water used in conventional farming — Hydroponics is gardening without soil. In hydroponic gardening systems, plants are placed in a growing medium and nutrients are provided directly to the roots.
Commercial production of organic worm juice fertilizers — Worm castings also known as vermicompost is used for supplementing your garden soil and plants. Castings from composting worms have been recognized as a natural fertilizer that is packed with a lot of nutrients and minerals.
Exploration and development of large scale reservoirs — With agriculture having lost billions of rands and thousands of jobs over the last year of drought, we are reminded of Thomas Fuller’s words – "We never know the worth of water ‘til the well runs dry".
Sustainable impact farming
The power of healing is in our hands
Zero Harm Foundation currently cultivates fruits and vegetables which have both domestic as well as international end consumers. The core plants, which are farmed, include and are not limited to:
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Together, we are co-creating and developing amazing models of self-regenerative, self-reliant, eco-communities worldwide.