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Baraa Primary School students grow a grand school garden

With seed kits from AVRDC – World Vegetable Center, students at Baraa Primary School in Arusha, Tanzania learned how to produce their own vegetables and discovered why it is important to eat some vegetables every day. See what they have grown!

The garden provides fresh vegetables for the school’s lunch program, and it has been so successful that some surplus vegetables can be sold, and the money used to buy new seeds.

The video was produced by Rhiannon O’Sullivan, a videographer from Australian Volunteers International.

Read more about the Baraa Primary School

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