Shadehouse project aims to lift poor communities

The Shadehouse Vegetable Production Project, which aims to use hydroponic and natural/organic vegetable cultivation for income generation by the poor in rural and coastal communities, was officially launched yesterday.

The $1.35 million project, which is being implemented by Partners of the Americas (Guyana Chapter) and the Caribbean Self Reliance International (CASRI) and is already in its second phase, is geared at providing “sustainable livelihood opportunities for low income households, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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