Not a Learn OmniFocus Member yet…or have you let your membership lapse? NOW is a great time to sign up! Join by Monday, November 28, 2022 (midnight PST) and SAVE 20% on your first year.
You’ll have instant access to our growing library of content, including 24 in-depth courses to support you in making productive use of OmniFocus and complementary productivity apps. As a Learn OmniFocus Member, you’ll also be able to attend upcoming LIVE sessions, including our small-group (maximum ten people) Office Hours sessions and Virtual Coworking sessions.
How to Apply the Promotional Discount
To apply the promotional discount, sign up for an Annual Membership and enter the coupon code SAVEGIVE2022 at the top of the Checkout page. All of our memberships come with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Sharing the Wealth
I believe in sharing the wealth with people and communities near and far. A portion of the income we receive through our Black Friday promotion will be donated to Farm Radio to support their mission of providing African farmers with the knowledge they need to grow food for their communities.
In rural communities across Africa, small-scale farmers produce most of the food. Despite all of their hard work, these farmers can’t always make ends meet. Farm Radio provides education through radio and other technologies to help them help themselves.
Each year, Farm Radio shares farming resources with over 1,000 stations in 41 countries. They also work directly with over 100 stations on projects in Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Nigeria, Senegal, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, and Zambia. Working with their partners, they’ve reached approximately 24.5 million people in rural Africa. They helped an impressive 4.9 million of these people make a positive change.
Enhancing Productivity for African Farmers
To get a taste of the amazing work that Farm Radio does, here’s a short video featuring project RECOVER (click CC for Closed Captions). Farm Radio launched this initiative earlier in the pandemic to address challenges presented by COVID-19. Thanks to the work of Farm Radio and their Malawian sister organization, Farm Radio Trust, farmers could continue and even enhance their farming practices.