Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families

by Coordination Technique Pour Le Developpment (CTD)
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families
Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families

Project Report | May 5, 2023
GARDEN IN THE BAGS VEGETABLES

By Gregoire Mutshail | Project Leader

Report on the activities of the GLOBAL GIVING funds.

At the beginning of May 2023, we thank the donors of our project Professionalize and empower 180 Congolese families.

With these words we convey the thanks of the beneficiaries in Asante Swahili.

We are helping to bring food security to every household of the beneficiaries with also the new activities of GARDEN IN THE BAGS VEGETABLES that brings hope to life.

Your support for the accelerated production of fruit and vegetables on 30 hectares with little money received so far from GlobalGiving continues to create hope and the courage to live.

   The money received from GlobalGiving has also enabled the start of the short-cycle garden project to help the population fight against famine in the bags to help the population fight against famine and poverty.

Thanks to a participatory survey by the NGO Coordination Technique pour le Développement (CTD), the short-cycle garden project was launched. And attached are photos that are circulating and creating enthusiasm.

Look at how beautiful the small sacked fields are and think of 1,000 such sacks where the beneficiaries harvest the different vegetables every day, eat them and sell the surplus.

With only two dollars a bag of vegetables brings peace, health and life.

We believe we will do a better job in 2023 to get the funds and donations needed to achieve our goals.

Thank you and greetings

 

 


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Coordination Technique Pour Le Developpment (CTD)

Location: Lubumbashi, Haut Katanga Provind - Congo, Democratic Republic of the
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Project Leader:
Gregoire Mutshail Mutomb
Lubumbashi , Haut Katanga Province Congo, Democratic Republic of the
$5,810 raised of $177,936 goal
 
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