Vegetable Gardens

Decrease the dependency and need for immediate food aid in hunger struck countries by digging sustainable gardens.

What We Do

The program is designed to bolster agricultural production, jumpstart local market activity, support micro-enterprise initiatives and otherwise enhance a vulnerable community’s access to sustainable sources of food and income.

Tackle the root causes of hunger with sustainability.

Our Vegetable Garden Project provides communities with land, training sessions on growing a variety of crops, demarcation of the garden beds, collecting beneficiary data, allocating responsibilities for growing and procuring vegetable plants, and selling the produce in local markets; all part of the means to improve the long-term health and economic security of beneficiaries.

Provide nutritious meals in 30+ countries.

We operate in: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Kashmir, Kenya, Mali, Mauritania, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania and Yemen.

Case Study

Battling the Food crisis

West Bank, Palestine

The Rooftop Garden Project works to improve food security as well as boost the household income of Palestinian refugees. This initiative allows Palestinian women to grow fresh vegetables and herbs, improving the health of their families and reducing the stress of their limited budgets.

Program Reports