Pairs of shoes donated
Trees Planted

What we do

The Green Development prides itself in having worked on impactful programs with prestigious organizations in the past. 

Our Work


Food Security and Nutrition Programs Farmer Enterprise Development Agro-Processing Product and Brand Development


Climate Change Response & Mitigation Afforestation and Reforestation Education/Awareness Campaigns Water & Sanitation


Theory and practical exposure Conducted in all official languages Curriculum integration with ASTC Accredited with AGRISETA / EWSETA / LGSETA


Tribal Authorities Agriculture Livelihoods ABCD Methodology Environmental Stewardship Improving access to Water & Sanitation


Partnership with public sector i.e. (Gov and CSO’s) Food and drought relief programs Conversion of Illegal Dumping sites Cleaning campaigns

How do we do this?

Waste Minimisation (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle)

With an estimated population density of Waste has come out to be a very important environmental problem in cities with high population density along with the population increase, fast and unplanned urbanisation. The problems related to the increasing amount of waste show the importance of waste management aiming at production and consumption with very little waste or no waste at all.

Environmental Education & Awareness

Environmental Education is a process in which individuals gain awareness of their environment and acquire knowledge, skills, values, experiences and, also the determination which will enable them to act individually and collectively to solve present and future environmental problems.

The goal of environmental education and awareness is to develop a world population that is aware of, and concerned about environment and its associated problems, and which has the knowledge, skills, attitudes, motivations, and commitment to work individually and collectively towards solutions of current and the prevention of new one.

Human Development

GDF through this project anticipates creating employment coupled with skills for a minimum of 850 000 personnel and assisting 12 million leaners with sustainable educational.

Monitoring & Evaluation

GDF will ensure weekly and monthly reporting meetings are done internally and externally with stakeholders to effectively monitor and evaluate the project’s performance. Monitoring and Evaluation will guide and ensure the bellow are adhered to:

Demonstrating to donors, taxpayers, beneficiaries and implementing partners that expenditure, actions, and results are as agreed or can reasonably be expected in the situation.

provision of the information needed to co-ordinate the human, financial and physical resources committed to the project or programme, and to improve performance.

Provision of information to inform setting and adjustment of objectives and strategies.

Building the capacity, self-reliance and confidence of beneficiaries and implementing staff and partners to effectively initiate and implement development initiatives

Organisations we work with

Victor Nesengani

Victor Nesengani is an experienced horticulturist with expertise in business. Having held executive leadership roles, Victor offers a wealth of knowledge in Business Management & the Agricultural industry.

Victor offers the following experience:

  • Chief horticulturist Kempton Park Municipality
  • Director at Department of Environmental Restoration and Waste Management – Ekurhuleni.
  • Acting HOD at the Department of Environmental Restoration and Waste Management – Ekurhuleni.

Victor has had a hand in building entities such as the Department of Public Works, SANBI and Top Tur.

On August 21st 2021, he was appointed as a non-executive board member for the Green Development Foundation.