TTV Companies and our community

The family of companies collectively known as TodayTomorrow Ventures ("TTV") operates in Ethiopia, an exceptionally beautiful corner of the world.  TTV aims to keep the nation beautiful.

Moreover, we feel a social responsibility with the Ethiopian peoples.  Our team has initiated many highly-visible and ongoing activities that go beyond our environmentally-friendly products and services.

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EXAMPLES OF TTV COMMUNITY ACTIONS:

• TTV farms utilize sophisticated drip irrigation systems to make the most of rainfall, filtered groundwater, natural fertilizers, and other techniques in the most environmentally-friendly way possible.

• TTV farms and factories employ and promote local talent and management, who in turn achieve sustainability with maximum creativity.

• The TTV management team established the independent not-for-profit NGO called STEMpower (www.STEMpower.org) and its predecessor GFCT.  Our team has been directly involved in a vast number of programs that provide hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) enrichment, at no charge.  Thus, hundreds of thousands of young Ethiopian students have gained advanced lab experience before they enter their university studies. Beyond the STEM centers, TTV team members have established science museums, university outreach programs, science high schools, regional&national science fair competitions, robotics competitions, science TV shows, and much more.  Often, half of the cross-culturally diverse student participants are females. Operating in every Ethiopian regional state, the programs lay the seeds of intra-nation peace and development.  In addition, STEMpower also develops projects in nearby friendly East African countries, e.g. South Sudan, Kenya, and more, fostering international collaboration in parallel with STEM enrichment. Moreover, most of our initiatives are absorbed by the Ethiopian government or its university system, guaranteeing sustainability far into the future.

• The TTV management team obtained four large containers, containing over 100,000 age-appropriate STEM-appropriate English-language books.  Our farm storehouses subsequently warehoused the books prior to successful distribution through public schools and libraries in five Ethiopian cities.

• TTV farms collaborate with the Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Resources - Wondo Genet Agricultural Research Center.  For example, the partnership studies the cultivation of industrially-interesting agricultural crops that thrive on scrub land.  We aim to create new sustainable resources that absolutely do not compete with food production. 

• TTV farms support collaborative visits by organizations and students from nearby countries even poorer than Ethiopia.  Our purpose is to develop information-sharing agribusiness concepts on a wide scale.

• TTV maintains good relationships with Ethiopian government ministries, regional&local governments, and universities.  We sponsor and participate in STEM-relevant university conferences.