Kenya School Garden
Together, we're building a School Garden in Mwangaza, Kenya.
Did you know that one-third of children less than five years of age are stunted, reflecting chronic under-nutrition?

School gardens help promote variety in students' daily diet, as vegetables from school gardens are used to provide lunch for Free The Children schools. School gardens produce crops regularly and are run by parents in the community.

As each school's environmental club is responsible for sowing and tending their garden, this instills a sense of ownership and responsibility within the community, as well as an important learning opportunity for students.

Free The Children and PrilanthroKidz are working with you to help build the Garden!

Here's what goes into growing a Garden in Mwangaza:
  • Land Preparation
  • Purchasing seed
  • Land Irrigation
  • Tools for garden management
  • School environmental club programming
Do you have an environmental club at YOUR school? Are you a part of it?
Student planting in the garden
Garden in front of a beautiful mountainous backgrop