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Simple Low-Cost ​Urban Agriculture ​Systems

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World Hunger Team seeks to improve the health and well-​being of people in poverty by enabling access to organic and ​sustainable nutrition and safe, clean drinking water.

Our key projects

Vegetable planting water hydroponics

INDOOR COMMUNITY GARDEN

An “Indoor Community Garden” (ICG) can be built in ​almost any unused building such as an old school ​gymnasium, a garage, an empty warehouse - even an ​empty storefront. Crops are grown using simple ​growing tables made out of locally-sourced supplies, ​high-efficiency LED lights, and all-natural mineral ​nutrients. All food grown is 100% organic.


Indoor farms can provide steady income to workers ​who are considered hard-to-employ. This includes ​people of all ages, with almost any type of ​handicapping conditions such as PTSD, Autism, AD&D, ​ADHD, Downs or any physical limitation.


108-PLANT ORGANIC GROW TENT

World Hunger Team began building grow tents in 2015. We have ​created the “ultimate” in indoor grow tents SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED ​for growing organic food.


  • GROWS UP TO 108 PLANTS SIMULTANEOUSLY.
  • FITS ANYWHERE - 40” square by 80” tall.
  • EXTREMELY STURDY FRAME - see video at left.
  • NO OUTSIDE LIGHT NEEDED - basement growing okay.
  • EASY TO OPERATE - no “green thumb” required.
  • IDEAL FOR “JUICERS” - grow your own greens at home or office.


Our grow tent has 3 tiers unlike others that only have one. Our ​grow tent is the “mac daddy” way to grow lettuce, kale, collard ​greens, even herbs, small vegetables, mushrooms and fruits.

TOWER OF LIFE WATER + FOOD UNIT

According to the United Nations World Food Programme in Munich, ​Germany, the two greatest needs of mankind are FOOD and WATER. ​Many regions of the world - America included - are critically lacking ​in both.


That is where our patent-pending “Tower of Life” unit can help. It ​ships flat on a pallet, so it can be delivered anywhere by commercial ​drone. Once assembled, it captures, stores and purifies up to 1,363 ​gallons of rainwater. AND - it grows 60 linear feet of food crops.


We are currently in the prototype phase of this project. Commercial ​and philanthropic inquiries are welcome.

OUTDOOR COMMUNITY GARDEN + WALIPINIS

Community Gardens are a great idea - but WAY too much work! ​That’s why we’ve simplified the process of watering plants using ​hydroponic nutrients, tote tanks and automated drip irrigation.


We’re also designing new “Walipini” systems (Google it) using ​repurposed shipping containers. Our unique design uses 330-​gallon tote tanks to store rainwater AND provide R value insulation.

Randall Putala

Founder + CEO

A message from our CEO

Feeding people in America is a growing challenge. As more and more of our agricultural land ​is giving way to high-rise apartment buildings and retail stores, locally-grown food is ​becoming a thing of the past. That is why we are converting unused public buildings across ​the nation into INDOOR COMMUNITY GARDENS.


We grow food where little to no food is grown now. And, we use extremely affordable ​growing systems that are built by LOCAL contractors using largely LOCALLY-PURCHASED ​materials. We work with local non-profits and even help them obtain funding. Reach out to us ​for more information or to discuss how we can help.

Where we started and where we are now

Founding Year 2009

We published our ​position statement book.

2015

We begin building ​hydroponic systems

2020

We buy 10 acres of rich ​farmland in Uganda

Today

Indoor + outdoor ​community gardens

Meet our Team

Randall putala

FOUNDER +​ CEO

ANIL KArAKKATTU

CHIEF STRATEGY ​OFFICER

ANGELA AKIN

FUNDRAISING

ROBERT BITERA​

AMBASSADOR

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MUKANGA K​EFA

AMBASSA​DOR

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BHUMI A​NIL

SOCIAL MEDIA​

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Raphael Bastos

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GRAYSON DAVIS

BOARD MEMBE​R

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Amina Rakha

SOCIAL​ MEDIA

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We create SYSTEMS to grow ​food where little to no food is ​currently grown

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Phone

(800) 391-1201

Email

RANDALL@WORLDHUNGERTEAM.ORG