Agriculture Program/ Agricultural Program 2014

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The agricultural program for 2014

Phase Updates

Ndanai Primary School Agricultural Update

January 2015   January 2014 The Ndanai Primary School also operates a residence for Disable children. A Better World provides surgury and rehabilitation services for these children in the residence. A garden is desperatly needed for the feeding program. Our goal in this phase is to grow a garden and harvest adequate food for the

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Irbaan Primary School Agriculture Update

August 2014 Irbaan’s garden is flourishing.

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Jipe Moyo Primary School Update

August 2014 The farm that has been growing very well because of all the rain.

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Male Primary School Agricultural Update

Male Primary School operates a feeding program for nursery students, and a garden is needed for the children lunch program.  Our goal in this phase is to grow a garden and harvest adequate food for the children living in the residence. To see the school and the work there, Click Here  September 2014 We are ploughing the

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Phase at a Glance

Agricultural Program 2014

$30,000 goal

$30,000 raised

Phase Objective


Project Leader: Christina Williams

Major Donor: Peter Wellen, Rob Saik, Agri-Trends

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School Garden Projects 2016

Out of a classroom of 60 children, 40 come to school hungry according to social worker Eva Cahllis. This makes learning a great challenge. You have an opportunity to help these children learn and grow in the healthiest way possible by enabling all of our schools to grow gardens to supplement the children’s daily meal of porridge. Right now, you can ensure that a student does not go hungry. Click ►HERE to see the development of one of our gardens.

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School Garden Projects 2017

Out of a classroom of 60 children, 40 come to school hungry according to social worker Eva Cahllis. This makes learning a great challenge. You have an opportunity to help these children learn and grow in the healthiest way possible by enabling all of our schools to grow gardens to supplement the children’s daily meal of porridge. Right now, you can ensure that a student does not go hungry. Click ►HERE to see the development of one of our gardens.

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School Garden Projects 2018

Out of a classroom of 60 children, 40 come to school hungry according to social worker Eva Cahllis. This makes learning a great challenge. You have an opportunity to help these children learn and grow in the healthiest way possible by enabling all of our schools to grow gardens to supplement the children’s daily meal of porridge. Right now, you can ensure that a student does not go hungry. Click ►HERE to see the development of one of our gardens.

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