Small, doable projects that use very little financial resources to implement are the initiatives of choice of the youth who are participating in the Ecolife Hub. For example in this one, they raise vegetables in small plots and take care of it every day then generate products mainly for the home out of it. The technology they derive from the internet and in surfing the web. There is very little that they buy in terms of start-up and all they need are few seeds, water, soil and lots of sunshine. Some of the youths are into raising of small farm animals like chickens, goats and pigs. Surely this is a big boost to the income and nutrition of local families here and they do it themselves. The web is a good teacher and almost all information is present.
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