Swiss trust promotes organic training in Africa

“Bustani ya Tushikamane” is Kiswahili and means “Garden of Solidarity”. The project in Morogoro in Tanzania is supported by the Swiss organization Biovision.

A school garden with adjacent information centre provides a meeting-place for farmers and schoolchildren.
Learning trails enable those interested from the surrounding area to obtain information about organic methods of pest control and subjects such as compost production. The information centre also offers an advisory service via the infonet-biovision online platform. So anyone looking for advice can obtain expert support in the search for environment-friendly solutions for improved agricultural production and ecological development. Biovision also supports the publication of the regular magazine “The Organic Farmer”.

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