Added by on 2016-09-12

Knowledge goes a long way to minimising the effects of destructive weather conditions such as droughts which southern Africa has experienced on a massive scale in the past year. In Lesotho, the European Commission has partnered with the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) to teach primary school students ways to reduce the impact of climate change. Lessons in vegetable gardening and farming provide ‘take home’ messages that have the potential to change and protect vulnerable communities when disaster strikes. Read more about EU humanitarian funding to Southern Africa: Videos by European Commission Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsRooftop gardening in Kathmandu -A climate change strategyGreen roofs can help cities adapt to climate changeGreen roofs in Australia to tackle climate changeKillarney Garden Centre Gardening ClassesAdjusting the waterflow in a VEG hydroponic gardenIPZ Soccer Spanish Gardening Classes

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  • Vance H 1 year ago

    Save Our Planet – Sharing, Justice and Peace for All.