Seeds for Africa

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Seeds for Africa is a British charity that has set up over 800 garden projects across 25 African countries, where it encourages sustainable vegetable gardening by providing indigenous vegetable seeds, agricultural equipment and technical expertise.

Seeds for Africa is based at the University of Kent, Canterbury, and its patron is Alan Titchmarsh. Its founders were two workers of the University of Kent's Rutherford College, Albert Bullock and Ron Taylor.

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