In Zambia, our team has taken the first steps towards cultivating a vegetable garden at the plant.  Cabbage seedlings have already been planted, and simultaneously, the land is being prepared to welcome okra seedlings.  

In Tunisia, many seedlings were planted at the existing vegetable garden, such as green beans, peas, carrots, lettuce, beet, and onions. April’s harvest yielded plenty of onions and lettuce.   

Meanwhile, in Senegal, their first harvest was also plentiful, with tomatoes, onions, okra, and pumpkins. But that’s not all, the spirit of these vegetable gardens is extending beyond our plants. The Senegalese team is embarking on a new journey with the Bandia Elementary School, where the first steps for a vegetable garden have taken place. The goal is to teach the children about the magic of nurturing life from soil to plate.