We have been working in Matunga Sub County, Kenya since February 2018 teaching communities new skills to help them grow food gardens in harsh conditions.

We use permaculture methods to grow food gardens to produce edibles for families and surrounding communities. We supply garden tools, fencing and water tanks to remote communities and have people on the ground visiting the communities and teaching them permaculture.

Our project has been extremely successful, but always our problem is access to water. In some cases our community members (often women and children) are having to walk many km's to fetch water from the closest spring. It is exhausting work in the heat.

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a project by

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Dave Harris

Koyonzo, Kakamega County, KE