Community Gardens

Use What You Have to Attract and Keep What You Need” – it is of utmost importance to utilize every possible available space to produce nutritious food.  This practice has worked very well for Mhani Gingi and thanks to the generous support from Pick n Pay, it is being extended into communities via unused grounds at local schools, hospitals, prisons, and even office parks in South Africa.

By promoting better nutritional practices at all levels as well as programmes that enhance direct and immediate access to food by the neediest, Mhani Gingi places the emphasis on “Prevention is better than cure.” It is hoped that as school children and communities are taught how to produce and eat healthy food, more and more opportunistic diseases, caused by lack of nutrition, will be eradicated.

Early 2014

bev-meldrum-34Late 2014