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"Eat clean, without polluting."

Students Actions for the development organic farming and the environment.


IWUINU is an international charity working towards a world. A charity which provides good food for students. It's create by the international students themselves with the support of former students in 2020 during the pandemic and following various testimonies from students around the world.

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for only one cause : eat


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Students, it's time to get up !


Student awareness program about eat organic food, in order to have a better health for a better result in

their university life.

– fight against junk food

– fight against student poverty 

Actions time


Setting up a organic farming workshop in each university, every first Monday of the month groups of students will go to the plantation yields for initiation, discovery, learning and awareness of the hard work of the farmers and to see what goes in the belly to fight against waste.

Wake up, it's time to change your diet


Decree the student fruits and vegetables week : one week a year, student will eat fruits and vegetables for a week



Eat well for health and make it accessible, is one of the main aim Iwuinu pursued. This has powerful consequences involved :

Educational :

Educate children and young people about food sanitary qualities and their body life ;

Make them happy with foods land, so they progressively disconnected with processed foods



Improvement vision of life and relationship concerning the main place our health have to be.



In 2018, the total sales of organic food increased by 5.3% in the UK. 

This steady growth reveals that over £45 million is spent on organic food in the UK.

By 2020 the market is expected to be worth £2.5 billion. 



Have a healthy and complete diet increase your body nutrient supply and decrease the purchase in frequency and volume.



Enhance farmers and producers working hard and show how their activities are a pointed practising for the cycle of life

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