This quarter, we started a kitchen garden in Shri Ambra. We have provided vegetable seeds as encouragement and had a friendly competition, with the winning family receiving more seeds. Though most villagers have a small piece of land, they don’t grow vegetables. Instead, they prefer to buy from the market. Our aim is to cultivate the habit of self-sufficiency through growing their own food. By doing so, they can not only save money but also provide healthier organic food for their families.
Written by: Romsih
GHNI TCD Worker
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