Latest photos from Movement of Life projects in Malawi

Our community garden project in Malawi was launched in 2020. Under the leadership of Doreen Kumwenda, our Movement of Life Malawi national coordinator, the produce grown includes vitamin-rich vegetables such as eggplant, mustard, okra, rape, pumpkin, garlic, tomato, cabbage, and onion. The work in Malawi was recently expanded through the setting up of a School…

New prison gardening project in Uganda

In many countries, life in prison can be very hard. This is certainly the case in Uganda, where inmates go through a lot while paying their debt to society. Knowing the effect that good nutrition can have not just on general health, but also on prisoner behavior, our Movement of Life Uganda team has recently…

Community gardening training session in Uganda

The photos on this page illustrate a community gardening training session with the family of Mr. Kakuru Anatori, who live in the Isingiro district of Uganda. The Movement of Life Uganda team is educating this family regarding natural organic approaches to eliminating diseases through the growing and consuming of fruits, vegetables, and medicinal plants. The…

Preparing for the rainy season in Malawi

The Movement of Life Malawi team is currently preparing for the fruitful rainy season. They are making their own compost manure from locally found materials such as dry hay; straw; fresh banana stocks; manure from pigs, cows or poultry; ashes and water. Composting aids the natural slow release of nutrients to the crops, as well…