Sustainable agriculture

Trained instructors out of their own communities in our gambian project teach the gardeners how to cultivate their vegetable fields in an efficient and sustainable way.

It has been a pleasure to observe. Mbelly and Musa, members of our project staff, who originate from two of the project villages in the Baddibu District in The Gambia, explain to the gardeners how elevated beds and careful watering help not only to increase the emblements, but also to protect the soil of their vegetable gardens. more…

Working together towards sustainability

Interview with Jamu Cessay, Chief Executive Officer of the Rural Development Organization (RDO) in The Gambia working on sustainability within the project

This project in the Baddibu District, located on the north bank of the Gambia River, was entirely implemented in 2014. Roundabout 400 women from the women’s groups of 4 villages are participating in the project, which is intended to support them with the cultivation of vegetables. more…

CAPACITY BUILDING WITHIN GAMBIAN WOMEN

Meet Kumba Jallow, leader of the women’s group of the Village of Dutabullu.

Kumba is the leader of the women’s group of the village of Dutabullu in the Upper Baddibu-District in The Gambia. She represents and directs all women of the village working in the community garden. The garden is irrgated by a solar pumping and watering system.  more…