Survival Garden-Drip Irrigation (Bucket Kits)

Survival Gardens with Drip Irrigation

Brief Objective:

To empower refugee farmers with drip irrigation to reduce water use, improve soil quality and increase crop productivity thereby enhancing livelihoods.

Accomplishment:

Over 15 refugee farming households benefited directly from the series of field-based training, which targeted skills development and empowerment. Trainees were provided with 20 drip irrigation kits donated by Chaplin Watermatics, New York to experiment this method on their farmers and were provided with need technical follow-up resources.

Photo taken by Joseph Johnson, a Freelance Photographer.[Buduburam Refugee Camp, Ghana. 2009]
Photo taken by Joseph Johnson, a Freelance Photographer.[Buduburam Refugee Camp, Ghana. 2009]
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Survival Garden with Eggplant irrigated using Drip Irrigation Systems, Accra, Ghana, 2009
Survival Garden with Eggplant irrigated using Drip Irrigation Systems, Accra, Ghana, 2009

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