This project organize and train women to establish regenerative food gardens around community water structures. To date, the project has established five borehole gardens that also are knowledge replication hubs where individual families learn about home-based regenerative gardening. This bottom-up knowledge replication has enabled 72 families to learn and establish their own home gardens.
56 women have increased income through local marketing of vegetables
72 families have improved their daily access to nutritious food
Graded Tomatoes and Vegetables are sold at Nchalo Trading Centre while others are bought by local families and local food retailers .
Lucy is one of the vibrant leader of Chisangalalo Borehole Gardens for Food and Income for Women
Spinach is one of the high nutrient and dry-condition adapting vegetable being promoted in the project