Ebola's Generation Blog

August 23, 2020

Meet Yusuf, Lunsar representative and our first duck herder responsible for Jemima, Lucky and their now not-so-little duckies! 

Thanks to the nutritious Azolla and crushed corn feed Yusuf carefully prep...

August 11, 2020

Last year Miss Mya and Leo planted some seeds of change and this year it's trees of hope and Uncle Alfred shows them how.

Utilizing an intensive method of 3 metre spacing between three trees and 12 met...

August 9, 2020

We catch up with Sierra, Leo and Mya looking out to sea wondering when their boat's coming in. The kids are off an adventure under the watchful eye of Uncles Alfred and Williams - first stop Cline Stre...

August 2, 2020

Our tilapia's journey starts here in Kunike Barina as Amabest gently handles the fine fat fingerlings destined for Sanda Magbolntor explaining to Rugiatu and her team how the tilapia will be used with...

July 19, 2020

In the middle of a Sanda Magbolontor rice paddy Alfred from Society 4 Climate Change Communications learns all about Azolla and the unique bio-system it creates with rice, ducks and fish and the bounti...

July 11, 2020

Looks like its Miss Sierra and Leo's turn for an adventure! First stop Bo City to vist senior nurseryman Pa Samai and collect more fruit tree saplings - 100 plantain saplings, 30 dwarf banana and a ver...

July 6, 2020

It's Monday. It's mangos It must be Mango Monday! And you can see how much the kids enjoy tucking into this sweet soft fruits flesh.

Little do the kids know Mango's good for them too! And when the kids...

July 5, 2020

After learning bund building and paddy plot construction Amabest oversees a goodly turnout from Manays, Makelekos, RoGbin and RoGbaran for Hope Sakuma's farmer field school, resuming with training on t...

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