By Barnette D. W.
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Therefore, they ended up with diets rich in certain nutrients (especially carbohydrates) but poor in others, like proteins and vitamins. This left families malnourished. The speaker’s third point was linked to the fact that about 90 percent of the people living in the rural areas use wood fuel for cooking and heating their houses. 4: The author (foreground) demonstrates to some visitors the art of picking coffee berries. 20 the green belt movement some families to eat food that mainly required relatively little fuel to cook, regardless of its nutritional value.
1 Promoting Sustainable Farming Methods As stated earlier, it is the unsustainable use of farmland that has led to the gradual decrease in yield of many food and cash crops. wangari maathai 43 GBM, therefore, educated farmers on how to maintain the fertility of their land to ensure its long-term use. Information was conveyed to the farmers through seminars and meetings in which food-security problems and solutions were deliberated. In addition, demonstration gardens were used to illustrate to participants the various farming techniques that were discussed in the meetings.
Save the Land Harambee then organized seminars to which government foresters were invited to teach the basics of tree nursery management to the women. Since the foresters were mostly training semi-literate women on issues of forestry, Save the Land Harambee felt that the foresters needed to teach using a semi-formal approach so as to make the concepts comprehensible. Unfortunately, the foresters insisted on using technical terms to describe the gradient of the land, the entry point of the sun’s rays, the depth of the seedbed, the content of gravel, the type of soil and the specialized tools and inputs needed to run a successful tree nursery.
3 - Trees in polyhedral maps by Barnette D. W.