We are happy to present the second English audio production of one of our award-winning scripts from the Smallholder Farmer Innovation script package. Thanks once again to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations for funding this audio production.
The production you are about to hear is from the script: “Women use ‘hanging gardens’ to grow vegetables and solve land crisis”. This award-winning script was written by Stanley Nyakwana Ongwae from Kisima Radio in Kenya. “Hanging gardens” is the name given to crops grown in synthetic or sisal sacks filled with soil. Based on real people from the slum area of Kibera, this script gives us an insight into their solutions to landlessness in Kenya.
Congratulations and well done, Stanley!
To read the scipt, click here.