Avoiding flight, but how? Our answer: by creating job prospects.
In agriculture, optimal timing is particularly important for a successful harvest. In arid climates with only a short rainy season, this is even more significant. We have experienced this clearly in our Chereponi Farming Project. What we learned from it.
Compost – the gardener’s gold and our key to sustainable soil preparation. But how exactly do we go about it? Take a look at our day-to-day project work and find out what is involved in successful project work.
Today is World Soil Day. An important day and an important topic for us. Because we know: Balanced soil is a source of food, a guarantor of income and a climate protector all at the same time.
Finally they are here: The first trainees of the new year have moved into the camp of the Gambian Youth Project and will complete their two-year training from now on. But first it’s time to get to work and prepare the gardening beds
In order to make degraded soils fertile again in the long term, we need a large amount of lime in our Chereponi Farming Project. The company Carmeuse Ghana will not only supply us with the necessary lime in the coming year, but will also support us with the professional incorporation. An example of successful cooperation.
Our agricultural training project in The Gambia gets into the midst of the pandemic – and turns it into an opportunity. more…
Despite the lockdown in The Gambia, our trainees are developing into professional gardeners.
Inusah Ibrahim, Gonga Yahaya, Ramatu Ibrahim, Sharatu Muntala, Bibata Yussif, Aisha Munkaila, Kande Mohammed. These are seven participants of the Chereponi Farming Project. And this is their story.