e’Pap Celebrates Human Rights Day In South Africa

The right to food is a human right protecting the right for people to feed themselves in dignity, implying that sufficient food is available, that people have the means to access it, and that it adequately meets the individual’s dietary needs. The South African...

e’Pap Reaches Children Schools In Burundi

Dear John Thank you for taking on the e’Pap challenge with us! You ate e’Pap for a month to raise money to feed the children in two deaf schools in the north of Burundi. Your efforts are remarkable. Every bit helps us on our e’Pap mission to enable 100million children...

e’Pap Reaching Thousands In Zimbabwe And Namibia

In Namibia, e’Pap has teamed up with an amazing Namibian philanthropist, Elton Vries, and the honorable Deputy President of Namibia. Over 300 000 e’Pap meal portions have been donated to help address the food deficit caused by drought. The Namibian Deputy President is...

Maize And Maize Farming – The Ugly Truth

Dr. Basil Kransdorff of e’Pap Technology looks at how most processed maize is made for profit, NOT for nutritional value, and how our government is NOT tackling the root cause of our food crisis. #MalnutritionMustFall Nature creates food in a way that supports our...