The hunger events of 2008 together with the recurrent prices increment for food in Kenya are clear signs for low earners that an improvement of their ability of producing their own food is required. Despite that, prices of farm inputs haven‘t ceased increasing. Hence, the research and teaching of technics implying the use of free, local resources is essential for them.
In 2017, more than 17,000 people from self-helped groups and schools of primary to secondary levels benefited from our teachings. Our aim of reaching an audience that shows the highest potential of implementation of our technics pushed us towards putting a priority at teaching young generations.