Our Food Dehydrator Partners

Our partners help us field-test our food dehydrators, and get our product abroad into the hands of subsistence farmers who need them.

Partnering with aid organizations is crucial to the success of KinoSol. We are working with organizations around the globe to field test Orendas so we know they properly function in a variety of environments. All the dehydrators tested abroad will be given to a community for free in return for information on performance.  From these tests, we'll update and continue to perfect our product! 

KinoSol is always looking for more partners around the world. If you or your organization is interested in helping us improve our design and helping subsistence farmers, contact us today!  

learn about our current partners:


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St. Boniface Church

St. Boniface Church is based out of Waukee, IA and sends teams of parishners to El Recreo, El Salvador every six months. St. Boniface works with 165 households and has launched food security, healthcare, education, and clean water systems projects.

UCI Haiti

United Christians International (UCI) Haiti is an educational program focused on teaching basic agricultural skills and practices.


Milpa is based in Sao Paulo, Brazil and promotes traditional and modern agricultural techniques to improve market accessibility and financial gains for local farmers.

Gundersen Clinic

Gundersen Clinic, based out of La Crosse Wisconsin, has established a Global Partners program where they conduct mission work in Ethiopia. The teams deliver medical and surgical care, educational opportunities, encouragement and support for local healthcare providers, students and community members in collaboration with Project Mercy. Project Mercy is an Ethiopian-based NGO in Yetebon.


Kyosiga Kyokungura One Voice Campaign (KKOVC) is an NGO that is dedicated to improving the welfare of the people of Uganda. They work with women and children to empower them through training workshops. Founded in 2014, KKOVC is focused on providing sustainable farming skills in communities, St. including Kebisoni in Rukungiri district, Kashambya in Kabale district, and Bwongyera in Ntungamo district; all located in Western Uganda. KKOVC began with one group of thirty women and currently has more than five hundred members of youth and women.

Lutheran Church of Hope

Lutheran Church of Hope is based out of West Des Moines, IA. They have a primary focus on international mission work, and have established multiple ongoing trips to Uganda, Ghana, South Africa, and Haiti.

The Green Africa Initiative (GAI) is an NGO based in Morogoro, Tanzania.