Initiated and managed by James Otieno.
“I have changed my attitude towards farming, in fact, I have been able to set up a kitchen garden. Learners too are enjoying farming. They have been able to transfer the skills acquired” to their homes. The community is adopting TOP Farming.” from one of the Top Shamba participants.
Started in 2019, kitchen gardens are now in 35 schools, 5 churches and over 20 families helping and impacting the lives of more than 150,000 people with the prosumer model: produce, share & sell. Schools, churches and families are able to grow enough food to meet their needs and provide a surplus of crops to sell to the local community, which increases disposable income (DPI) and thus creates a scalable business model