A man is photographed as he shovels dirt into a wheelbarrow.

Moses Mukongo and Jackline Kibe, GROW BIOINTENSIVE Mini-Farming

Date grant awarded: April 10, 2016

With 65% of the population in Kitale, Kenya dependent on small-scale farming as a primary source of economic stability and livelihood, training them on best practices is crucial. Moses Mukongo and Jackline Kibe have created the GROW BIOINTENSIVE Mini-Farming project to spread education and training practices on sustainable food production, resulting in healthy soil, diverse crops and high yields. The project challenges those participating to pay it forward by training fellow farmers not in the program.