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Equality and Diversity

June 15th, 2011

farming

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Equality and Diversity

June 15th, 2011

farming

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

I want to talk about this picture because it will help me in the future and I love this kind of work. This photo tells us that we should do what we do well. We usually have our needs met by the produce of this garden. My grandmother cannot dig and go to the farm because of a wounded leg. We need to buy most of the things for her, so I decided to work hard on the farm to get food. I want to plant vegetables such as Sukuma Wiki, peas and other vegetables, onions, tomatoes. The money which we could otherwise use for these, we can save up, add more to the savings from sale of our produce, which I can use to purchase drugs for my grandmother. I can also help my sister with many things. It makes her happy, like when I paid for school fees of £5. What you see on the picture really helps me, I get money from the sales and the community benefits from the vegetables, onions and tomatoes.
– Jane, age 17, Kenya

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