Vegetable gardens and more in Kenya

Kenya’s population has passed the 44 million mark with over 40% living below the poverty line. Many children are going to school hungry. Our partners at Grow Biointensive Agriculture Center of Kenya (G-BIACK) in Thika Kenya, are working to change that! Samuel and Peris Nderitu, founders of G-BIACK started a new program this year called “Biointensive Agriculture for Schools” (BAS) to help children learn how to grow  organic food, cooking and nutrition. 


“Children are the key disseminators of technologies. When they learn it from school, there is a likelihood of them taking the knowledge at home.” They have 3 schools lined up for the 2016-2017 program: Munyu Mixed Secondary School, Maria Magdalena Special School and Gatuanyaga Primary School. We are fundraising for this program to help provide basic gardening tools, seeds and training materials.

Through our partnership with G-BIACK, we are able to bring change. Learning to grown your own food can improve health and help kids spend more time in school.

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  1. Chris Anders
    Chris Anders says:

    Children should have healthy meals available to them. Love that you are teaching them these skills. Good work!

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