ADEQUATE NUTRITION AND EDUCATION are key to the development of children and their future livelihoods. The reality facing millions of children, however, is that these essentials are preparing children for school in the garden from being met. A countrys future hinges on its youth. Yet children who go to school hungry cannot learn well.
PART 1: WHAT DOES IT INVOLVE? Other useful qualities are enthusiasm, organizational capacity and a flair for publicity. You need to plan and manage, find resources, get help and support, keep in touch with those involved, organize garden work and lessons, motivate people, and publicize garden achievements. However, garden leaders do not have to do all this themselves. Good garden management means building up the school’s capacity until the garden can almost run itself. Here are some questions that are frequently asked.