How do they solve this challenge?
Through their database at the Green Business College, they are collaborating with 23 permaculture farmers to provide food packages to the most vulnerable in their communities.
A family will receive a box of fresh produce, dried beans, eggs, soap, two packets of seeds, 50 seedlings, and 20kg of compost. Included is information in local languages on how to look after seedlings, how to create more food from waste and compost.
In effect, each family will be able to create a food garden. They also offer food packages as the weeks go by as it will take time for seedlings to produce.