More people in Hluvukani to benefit from the crops

Since the windmill went up in early 2012 permanent access to water has allowed many more people in the village to benefit from the crops grown. The project has been able to provide assistance to both families and youngsters without parents who rely on the vegetable garden as their only means of access to fresh produce.

a barrow full of food

A wheel barrow full of fresh food

A Hluvukani  orphan in the Kunavelela Garden

One of Hluvukani’s orphans

Grannies and Single Moms

Grannies and Single Moms

Working in the Kunavelela Garden

Working in the Kunavelela Garden

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