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Making urban agriculture inclusive

In Kenya, a pilot project has raised awareness about the importance of including people with disabilities and developed strategies to include them in urban agricultural activities.
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Good Morning, I am a researcher, I am investigating social impacts of urban agriculture for my master thesis. Particularly I am interested in urban agriculture involving disadvantaged people in order to foster social integration, in the context of developing countries.
posted by: Francesca Cofini (17:06:26 Wed 12th March 2014)

Alvenus - You might find these articles and the organisations involved a useful source of information http://www.new-ag.info/en/focus/on.php?a=2993
posted by: New Agriculturist (11:07:27 Mon 21st October 2013)

I am also interested in urban agriculture, but don\'t know where and how to start. Can your office also share more with regards to this rather interesting subject. Regards Alvenus from Namibia (Windhoek)
posted by: Alvenus F. Dreyer (06:46:13 Thu 17th October 2013)

Excellent and inspiring article. Thank you.
posted by: Roy Trivedy (17:37:05 Thu 26th September 2013)



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