Sharing Hope And Peace on Earth

SHAPE International 501(c)(3) works with the poor in Burundi, Africa, inviting them to help us develop solutions to their most pressing problems – water, sanitation, food, education, and business training.

SHAPE Eco Farm

SHAPE Eco Farm, LLC is located on 5 wooded acres north west of Wake Forest, NC. Find us on Google Maps.

Our family farm has Nigerian Dwarf goats, a Great Pyrenees guard dog, chickens, and rabbits. We grow pesticide free food in our aquaponics system, vegetable and herb gardens. We are working on becoming a monarch waystation.

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Community Development

We raise money for community development projects managed by our partner, Imagine Terimbere. Imagine Terimbere teaches Burundi communities to raise their own food in community gardens and to make and sell products to support their families. Imagine Terimbere ships some of these products to SHAPE International 501(c)(3) for resale in the U.S. Products include carved forks, cards made from banana leaves, and cell phone covers.

We are supporting the African Center for Peace, Integration, and Development (ACPID) Women’s Center through donations and the sale of products made by Burundian women. Products include baskets and handbags.

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Soap Production

Helping to Boost the Local Economy

We have partnered with Pacha Soap to provide health and hygiene training in Burundi, Africa. Through the Raise the Bar campaign, Pacha is giving bars of soap and teaching proper hand washing techniques.

Pacha is promoting sustainability by building soap making shops that employ local people and use local ingredients to make soap.

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A Clean Water Solution

A Clean Water Solution

In the time it takes you to read this paragraph, a child will die from a water related disease. Surprisingly, 1 out of 8 people in the world still do not have access to clean water. We can bring hope to these people through a relatively simple invention – a portable electrolysis water purification system.

We are fielding an electrolysis water system developed by the Hays PureWater for all Foundation. Each unit purifies enough water for a village of over 1000 people. Similar in concept to a salt water pool chlorinator, the Hays PureWater system produces chlorine from salt water. The chlorine makes contaminated water safe to drink.

Through our partnership with Imagine, we are hiring local workers in Burundi to build water tanks. Each tank holds 1500 gallons of rain water for drinking, providing water for 300 people.

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