Education is believably the most important thing a person can do before they leave this life. For, WISDOM GIVETH LIFE.
This summer, once again, the WAAW Foundation has successfully ended the summer education season. This included a 2014 Computing, Robotics, and Renewable Energy Summer Camp and The Foundation's STEM fellows from South Africa, Uganda, Malawi and Kenya attended the 2014 East Africa Fellows Summit and Computer training in Brook house school, Nairobi, Kenya. — in Nairobi Area, Kenya.
The 2014 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Camp for 32 secondary school girls in Lekki-Lagos, Nigeria was also an amazing success and in light of what has happened in Nigeria, it was inspiring to be updated on all the stories and success of the camp and trip.
10% of the profits from your purchases at Herbal Papaya goes to support education for girls and the WAAW Foundation and we are so excited to be part of this wonderful endeavor. You can find out more about the WAAW Foundation on their facebook and website pages.
To support the WAAW Foundation or to apply for a scholarship please visit: here.
You might have noticed that things have changed up a bit in the past few weeks. We have a new logo, and we now call ourselves Herbal Goodness instead of Herbal Papaya.
But this only means that we are still 100% committed to bringing you premium quality organic superfruit products to support healthy living. In 2019, our mission is literally coming to fruition (pun intended)! We started out with our ever popular, Papaya, and now we've added Graviola (Soursop), Guava, and Bamboo. We have more amazing products still to come, so stay tuned.
At Herbal Papaya, we offer you a range of amazing products made with papaya and papaya leaves and, if you have been wondering how we process the leaves into the final products, we will walk you through the steps.
The leaf processing begins with a careful selection of the raw papaya leaves. We only pick the best leaves which have desired properties. These leaves are thoroughly cleaned to remove dirt as well as to reduce the microbial load.