A School Garden for Every School in All the Developing Countries

About: Honorary Professor University Ghent

A series of photos show the success of this school garden in The Gambia (W. Africa). Children take care of seeding, watering, weeding and harvesting. The garden delivers fresh food, full of vitamins and minerals, to the children. It motivates their parents to start a family garden.  Such a school garden should be built for every school in all the developing countries to successfully alleviate child malnutrition.  It's far more better and cheaper than shipping again and again nutritive cookies.

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