A loan helped launch Kuli Kuli's new Organic Moringa Superfood Powder into grocery stores across the West Coast.

Lisa's story

A few months into my Peace Corps service in Niger, I was drinking tea with friends late one night. A small child approached, stumbling out of the darkness and collapsing at our feet. The boy had left his family to search for food and had not eaten in three days. All of the village women had put out their cooking fires, but I was known for eating packaged foods. That morning, a care package had come from my mother, full of nutritional bars. I grabbed a few, stuffing them into the hands of the child and praying that it was enough. However, I knew that it was not. We have been stuffing food in the hands of Africans for decades with little improvement for those we are purportedly trying to help.

To put a new spin on the classic fisherman adage, “Give a Nigerian woman a sack of American-grown corn, and she will eat for a day. Teach her how to grow nutritious food, and she will feed her entire community.” I have made it my personal mission to ensure that no child ever collapses from malnutrition again.

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About Kuli Kuli

Industry: Services
Years in operation: 3 years - 5 years
Website: kulikulifoods.com


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