Produced sustainably and social-ecologically, cold-pressed, without thermal or chemical processing,
we provide natural oils of highest quality.
I am 45 years old and I stay at the Omdeldam in Namibia with my husband Jacob and our children. In the past we tried to make a living with a few goats and sheep. Since 2017, we are a part of the social project “Jojoba for Namibia”. This project changed our lives! We have a regular income now and the future for us and our family as entrepreneurs looks very positive.
We have lived in the Namib Desert for some years and are involved in the “Jojoba for Namibia” project right from the start. Since we originate from different parts of Namibia, we and our families are responsible for the raw materials originating from the various regions, such as the Mongongo- and Marula fruits.
Teresia, Elina, Esther und Estherline
We work on the “Wüstenquell Jojoba Plantation”. We are responsible for maintaining the plantation. Planting, watering, pruning, etc.. For us and our families, this project has become a very important part of our lives as it sustains our livelihood. Our children go to school and we started to build our own stone houses in our home village in Kavango region.
Prosper und Johnny
We are responsible for the Jojoba cuttings and the pressing of all the different oils which we sell at Namib Desert Jojoba. We live on the Swakopmund plantation right next to all the Jojoba plants. Being part of this unique project is very important to us and makes us proud.
Paulina, Kenny und Sophia
Since hundred of years African women used what nature gave them for living and natural oils played a central role in the daily lives of the different tribes. The tradition of how this oil is gained and for what it was used is a valuable source that has been passed from mother to daughter over centuries. It is the privilege of Namib Desert Jojoba to bring this ‘ancient liquid gold’ from Africa to you – native and cold pressed, organic and fair.