There is limited land space due to real estate development hence the inability of schools to develop farms for practical teaching. Also, there is declining interest in farming among the youth and children coupled with the change in educational curriculum which does not favor agriculture. There is the need for innovation and an approach to agriculture teaching and learning that will excite, entertain and stimulate the child’s interest leading them to change their behaviour towards farming. AgriWoman wishes to encourage school owners and managers to incorporate practical agriculture training in school activities and help develop a future with a focus on the importance of food safety and security.
Sign up now and get your school started! You will be amazed what we can achieve with the land space you have available. “Eat what you grow and grow what you eat” The children are the future and the future is in trouble without farming.