Batwa Program Update


DIG's Batwa program has moved into year two as we expand our reach and staff. DIG has seen our Batwa farmers grow more, consume more, sell more, and save more. This not only impacts their nutrition and health but also has created sustainable practices changing their environment and land use in their communities. Read more about what has made this program successful HERE.


Income Generation

DIG Farmers increase their garden-sourced income by 354%

Improved Nutrition

DIG families source 3 additional meals a week from their gardens

Climate Resilience

90% of DIG Farmers adopt climate-resilient agriculture practices

Food Security

DIG Families reduce household food expenses from $4 to 40¢ per week

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