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Farming Initiative in Southern Africa during COVID-19

Farming Initiative in Southern Africa during COVID-19

 
Eswatini (once known as Swaziland) is a small landlocked kingdom bordering South Africa and Mozambique.  Small scale farmers participating in a permaculture training program are proud to make a contribution towards the health of their community  by continuing to produce and sell home grown vegetables during the COVID-19 partial lock down.  Click here to read more about how the Guba program in eSwatini is addressing nutrition and poverty challenges while providing income generation opportunities and teaching agricultural skills and techniques needed for climate adaptation. 
 
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