Learn, Grow, Harvest
Sack gardens are catching on in Kenyan slums via a primary school programme.
In the slums of Kibera in Nairobi, a primary school had students set up sack gardens. This was a learning exercise but also demonstrated how easy growing can be to the community. Crops such as kale, carrots, spinach and onions are readily grown by tier-planting and with the children's help the idea is catching on in the surrounding neighbourhoods.
Great to see an educational initiative that contributes to learning, community outreach and food security.