School Market Gardens

 
$5,054
$2,946
Raised
Remaining

School Market Gardens

School Market Gardens

Garden Harvest

Garden Harvest
School market gardens are the center of increased food security for partner communities.

Peppers Drying in the Sun

Peppers Drying in the Sun

Tilling the Soil

Tilling the Soil
Everyone in the community chips in...and everyone benefits!

Greening the Sahel!

Greening the Sahel!
RAIN is fighting drought one garden at a time.

Children in Class

Children in Class
Children can have food and stay in school because of the market gardens.

Meal Supplementation

Meal Supplementation
Millet is the primary food staple- RAIN gardens supplements this diet with fruits and vegetables.

School is a Second Home

School is a Second Home
With their families away, children rely on school as a second home.

Well at Enekre

Well at Enekre
Well installation and improvement is an important component to school market gardens. Drip irrigation is also employed to make best use of scarce water resources.

Planting seeds

Planting seeds
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Organization

Rain for the Sahel and Sahara

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States
http://www.rain4sahara.org

Project Leader

Julia D'Orazio

Office Manager
Portsmouth, New Hampshire United States

Where is this project located?

Map of School Market Gardens