In 2009 Christo de Wet and his family packed up their household and moved to the deep rural area of the TETE province in Mozambique. They strongly believed in their hearts that they had a calling to make a difference in this community, which is in the remotest of areas. This led to forming Farms-for-Africa, providing hope for the future.
The TETE community is extremely impoverished with basic needs such as roads, schools, medical care and clean water not yet established. No national network or Internet connectivity has been rolled out to their district.