Global Activism: Urban gardens provide source of good nutrition for people affected by HIV/AIDS

March 24, 2011

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(Courtesy of DIG)
Development in Gardening helps plant vegetable gardens to enhance nutrition in communities in Africa.

Each Thursday we hear about an individual who’s decided to work to make the world a better place. Sarah Koch is the co-founder of Development in Gardening, known by its clever acronym DIG. They create urban gardens to provide nutritional foods to HIV/AIDS affected people. Several of their gardens are located in Africa. Sarah returns to give us an update on some of DIG’s new projects, including a program they’ve just started in Zambia.