Lesotho is a small mountainous country enclosed within the territory of South Africa.
Altitude, lack of water, and poverty of soils often loaded with stones, do not help agriculture, and it is mainly livestock that predominates.
St Paul school, funded by the NGO Sentebale, is located in Leribe, at the northern border of Lesotho.
It brings together 5 to 14-year-old deaf and mute children from rural and very disadvantaged areas.
The Ivory Foundation has set up an agricultural project on the grounds of this school. It is about creating a demonstration garden, with plots cultivated by children.
The group of Ladysmith supported by Designing Hope moved to Lesotho for training in raised beds and compost creation techniques.
In 2016, the two projects also partnered to design a cooking booklet inspired by traditional recipes and using vegetables that can be grown locally.
In 2017, The Ivory Foundation and the APAF developed on the outskirts of Maseru, the capital of Lesotho, a pilot garden in agroforestry.
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