“The Green Generation” a non-profit research for development organization started its activities in 2011 focusing on training young students studying agriculture with farming skills in secondary schools. We use a “catch them young” strategy to give hands-on skills in 4 major areas: school beautification, school gardens “growing vegetables”, soil protection, conservation practices and soil restoration.


These hands-on skills effectively contributed to the reduction in youth unemployment, environmental improvement and support youth involvement in agricultural production.

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