Over the past few months we have been thinking of new ideas on how to teach our children about climate change and small things we can all do to help the environment. The boys are learning very quickly and trying to lead by example.
Our garden has never looked as good as now, that's all thanks to our work and also thanks to the organic fertilisers that we have been using. It has taken some time but now we can see huge benefits. Now we are planning to introduce a bio fertiliser production to provide ladies from lower castes in Nepal with employment, to assist more farmers with improving their crops and to help the environment by managing the agricultural waste. That is a separate project but we are hoping our boys will also benefit from the environmental training that will be provided alongside the production.
We are reducing our monthly costs spent on food due to the amazing crops we are receiving. At the moment the boys are enjoying tonnes of fresh aubergines, tomatoes, chillies (very important part of the Nepali diet!) and beans.
The staff have also been working on improving our 'chicken house' so that the chickens are safe (we had a few scares from the local foxes at night). The boys love looking after the chickens and they have named them all so it's lovely seeing them taking such good care of animals. And they do enjoy fresh eggs everyday!
Thank you so much for all your support! We will keep you updated on all the progress.
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