Horticultural/Vegetable gardening

In sub-Saharan rural poor community’s long awaited dream of women, youth and children to assist in the training and up-bringing of children from deprived communities [particularly the Girl-Child].

It is impossible for any informed person to ignore the mounting evidence of poverty and human degradation being suffered by most people in the developing country.

It is also an established fact that exceptional severity in deprivation [poverty] occurs in the west Bank belt of the developing countries.  Northern, Upper East and Upper West Regions of the developing country. It is generally estimated that about 85% of the developing countries populations live in the incidence of mass poverty being greater in the rural areas of the developing country.

With the below background as recognizable picture of the life: and condition upon which most of the said deprive areas operate on themselves in the form of gardening and farming .One can then appreciates the condition or plight of deprived and vulnerable (women and children). Watch the women's produce from the garden

In the developing country women form largest populations who in one way/the order engaged in gardening as a way of living, (i.e. taking care of their families, paying of school fees for children’s etc). This project helps keep the children in school and thus promotes education.  However, this garden has been fence with small branches marked with a lot of difficulties animals always intrude and destroyed crops. We therefore, appealing for your help to fence our garden For more This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for project proposal. Watch Women in the garden video.

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We do is a labor of love for us. The children we help are forever in our hearts.

We couldn't do this without you and your generous support. If you feel a calling to do so,

2011 Women in the Garden.
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