- May 17, 2022
- Posted by: webmaster
- Category: Success Stories
Fabis Sahan, a beneficiary of Karambi cares for her daughter with disabilities. Karambi has empowered her to take up permaculture gardening at her home and how to care for her daughter with a disability.
Karambi has empowered me to be able to do kitchen gardening using permaculture skills and I am now able to feed my children on a balanced diet. Before I joined Karambi, I would fear how to feed the children, and I would leave them without food because the food was scarce. But now after gaining skills in permaculture, I am able to sustainably feed the children.
Karambi has given me the skills to produce food to feed the children and myself on a balanced diet, and I can sell some to get an income. I have a group that normally goes to the market to do business – selling eggplants, tomatoes, onions. When my husband died years back, the challenge was food. But after getting the skills in sustainable agriculture I am now able to feed the children. And if I am empowered more and more, I will be able to do more agriculture and then sell part of the crops to pay for school fees and buy scholastic materials for the children. I have also been able to empower the children to learn the skills too.