KASI is named in honor of world-renowned Ghanaian ethno-botanist Dr. A. Kweku Andoh. Dr. Andoh was dedicated to research in ethno-botany and traditional medicine and he was dedicated to Ghana. In the footsteps of Dr. Andoh, we are committed to people of African anccestry, Ghana, and sustainability through natural resources. KASI is a research and training institute, which highlights instruction in sustainable and renewable eco-holistic practices from an indigenous African perspective. KASI provides a sacred space for researching the ancient traditions of sustainable housing, holistic healing, and organic agriculture. Additionally, KASI will be a safe space for people of African descent to heal from the negative effects of the Trans-Atlantic & Arab slave trade and colonialism. Phase 1 of KASI is complete and includes 5 Eco-Domes, 4 Eco-Octagons, a Bamboo Pavilion, Bamboo Treehouse, and Solar Car Park, and Laundry Facilities. Through various fundraising efforts HABESHA is committed to doing our part to build KASI in Africa, but we can’t do it alone.