Our new setted Mushroom Project is growing and we already harvested a few times.

The Project aims to develop  sustainable methods of mushroom culitvation. They are grown in a controlled environment and used to provide income later by giving them to the community.

The same applies to the zero grazing project, which is still going well and is constantly evolving.

We trained the farmers on how they can properly care for the animals, new feeding techniques, disease prevention and management practises tailored the zero grazing system. All farmers were given free Vegetable seedlings to start demonstration gardens in their backyard. It is a good idea for them to utilize the space around the zero grazing area to grow vegetables such as Leafer greens, spinach, tomatoes, carrots and others. This integrated approach provides both animal products and fresh produce, enhancing food security and income generation.