AGLA and World Vision's partnership
AGLA is a successful, Brisbane-based landscape architectural practice, headed up by Andrew Gold and supported by his wife Jacqui. Andrew was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and relocated to Australia in the early 1980s. He has been married to Jacqui for over a decade and enjoys life with their two beautiful children. Andrew is the director of AGLA, a successful Brisbane-based Landscape Architecture business.
Both Andrew and Jacqui share a love for southern Africa and a passion for international aid and development work. Having travelled to a number of developing countries they appreciate the unique challenges and hardships many communities experience in their local environments.
With these challenges in mind, and a belief in the idea of Ubuntu, as paraphrased by Desmond Tutu, “I am human because I belong, I participate, I share”, Andrew and Jacqui are proud to support World Vision’s life changing work by donating a percentage of the income to World Vision’s FMNR programs.
AGLA exists in the development and environmental construction space in Australia. In collaboration with World Vision we have the opportunity to restore the natural landscapes of those living in developing countries through environmental regeneration, leading to wholistic improvements in many aspects of life including poverty and health.