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In 2021, OneLove purchased land and started a three acre fish farm. The objective of this social enterprise is to: 
  • provide a source of nutrition for nearby villages who struggle for daily food;
  • enable our mamas to start small fish businesses after they have completed the business program (access fish at reduced costs and be given credit at start-up);
  • and, most importantly, provide an ongoing source of revenue towards long-term sustainability for the organization.

We started harvesting fish mid-2022 with two of our six ponds operational. The goal is to have all ponds functional in 2024.

In 2023 we expanded the operation to include cows and goats. The cows were originally purchased to be our lawnmowers. (Note: The grass is extremely lush and healthy from draining the ponds with fish feces weekly.) The cows are now providing an additional source of revenue. Every 10 cows generates a return of $6,000 annually to support our programs. The goals is to have a standing rotating inventory of 30 cows. 
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OneLove is very grateful for the support from Bicycles for Humanity (Calgary, Edmonton and Victoria Chapters) who, since 2020, have provided close to 700 donated bicycles.  

We distribute the bikes to: 

  • families in remote areas providing them with transportation to access basic needs; 

  • children and teachers so they are able to travel to school; and,

  • mamas that have graduated our business program (on an interest-free loan program) so they can visit nearby villages to increase their customer base and access suppliers (now difficult due to the high cost of transporation).  


In 2019 a portion of the bikes were made available to doctors so they could avoid the dangers of using public transportation and continue to visit hospitals during COVID.

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