Alagie Touray Organic Edible Garden

Update posted by Alagie Touray On Nov 04, 2018

Posting with some delay the progress accomplished with the water implements and also the difference it made to the health of the garden so far.

Setting up the water mains to Alagie's house not only helped his family, but allowed all nearby neighbours to connect to the main pipe at a fraction of the cost! Thanks to the donation that allowed this to happen!

Posting updated pictures of Alagie's water access project and the difference it made to the plants:

Well used originally, not enough for the plantation and requiring regular bucket trips to the village shared mains ...

Mains water tap project implemented finally!

Plants feeling the difference...

Long awaited water access to thirsty plants!

Alagie by the side of the Banana tree.

Some weeks after the water project was implemented. You can see the lush vegetation growing with renewed strength!

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Update posted by Alagie Touray On Jul 17, 2018

I am pleased to update that Alagie received 590.95 euros which will allow him to bring water to his garden and avoid plants dying out due to lack of water! We will be adding pictures and videos of the project as it happens. Currently he and his family has to walk a few hundred meters back and forth to get the water in buckets in order to irrigate his garden.

Hence this is a critical upgrade to help further his goals to help his family and the community.

Thanks to Alagie's determination and faith in the cause, he is getting closer to achieve this dream.

May it be the first success of many future noble projects!

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Simply to help with all my heart in a collective at the world level Vanina BESSE (FRANCE)

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