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Voices of Africa’s  Rich Shamba

Voices of Africa’s Rich Shamba

We have 1 acre of land where we are practicing sustainable agriculture, the shamba is rich with lots of trees and fruits. Currently we have planted lots foods ranging from vegetables and cereals.
There is enough playground for the kids to play and study.

See below captioned photos of the beautiful Shamba.

Bamboo trees, we plan to build the kids classes , an outdoor kitchen, tree house and furniture using the bamboo trees and also practice bamboo irrigation.
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Bananas,we have over 20 Banana trees in the shamba,the kids normaly eat them ripe or cooked

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Fish pond, we have Tilapia fish in the pond , we expect to harvest them in the next one month..oh the kids cant wait for the fish party
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Coconut trees, they are over 5 coconut trees in the shamba.

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Pomegranate Fruits
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Hibiscus flowers
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Aloevera.
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Pawpaws.
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Kales or Sukuma wiki.
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Coriander.
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Amla Friuts.

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Beetroot.

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Squash.

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Mango Tree
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Spinach

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Sugarcane

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Tomatoes.

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Kids playing and posing for photos at the back gate
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Babu ,a local volunteer helping with the shamba
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Kids feeding the fish
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Duck eggs, we have two ducks, they live by the pond,we are saving more eggs for hatching
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