Added by on 2017-09-19

Guatemala has one of the world’s highest rates of malnutrition among children. More than half the population lives in poverty, and a drought has made the food crisis worse. But an initiative for gardens in schools is raising hope, as David Mercer reports. Subscribe to our channel Follow us on Twitter Find us on Facebook Check our website: Related PostsrealschoolgardensFREE Online Gardening Class with Jake Mace – RIGHT NOW!Every Home Garden Should Have this Fruit TreeThe English Gardening SchoolAll About Vertical Gardens & Planters!Animals for Kids | English for Children | English for Kids

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  • Stealth Emerald 4 weeks ago

    I've been trying to convince my school board of this wise logic for years!! Told them this would be inevitable. The world is wising up – as it must.