In this project, a cultural kitchen will be established as a meeting and learning space for children and young people, where they can garden, cook, eat, and learn about healthy nutrition. In Kasungu exists still a lot of child labor, especially in the field of tobacco cultivation. One of the strategy to improve the situation is to start an agriculture education and to grow food for the children to become more independent from food prices.
3 social workers will be coordinating kitchen activities and train agricultural skills like sustainable traditional cultivation methods in permaculture. The young people will learn how to grow their own food on the property, without using chemical fertilizers. This project is planned as a 2-year project.