Developing food forests

The core purpose for developing food forests is because of environmental destruction that has greatly fueled hunger, malnutrition and poverty in rural communities. Those who are mostly vulnerable to hunger and malnutrition are mostly children in the school going age. These come from home hungry and spend the whole day at school without eating anything. This emotionally affects their concentration in class and also kill their love for education. These children drop out of school at an early age with no skills for self sustenance. Most of them join drug addiction and prostitution and end life miserably. On top of this, schools have desert grounds which hungry children sadly sweep every day. We felt it worth to start turning these grounds into food forests so that children get nutritious food while learning practical skills for self-sustenance.

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