Kiubaat Productive Plantation

By admintlm,

One of the biggest problems faced by residents of Kiubaat village is the lack of a reliable livelihood. Most people rely on traditional farming techniques to plant rice and corn during the rainy season (December – March). However, these crops can only be harvested once a year. Outside of the rainy season, most people will take on odd jobs in order to earn an income, but usually there is not enough work to ensure basic needs.

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Productive Garden Water Project Procurement

By admintlm,

Productive garden water project procurement in Enonabuasa uses natural spring water that is located 20metre lower than productive garden area. To irrigate water from source to  garden, TLM together with local people use generator set pump machine to  ease and save energy in irrigating horticultural plants in productive garden.

The water infrastructure project covers :

1.Water motor pump (generator set)

2.HDPE pipe and plastic pipe

3.Fiber tank

4.Water tanks

All these intallation process involve local community (10 members of productive garden). This water infrastructure project can fulfill 0,3acre of productive garden  water need

Unused Weir in Enonabuasa

 

Traditional well in Enonabuasa before renovation

 

Material for well renovation in Enonabuasa

 

Well renovation process in Enonabuasa

 

Well renovation process in Enonabuasa

 

Well renovation process in Enonabuasa

 

Well provided by TLM is ready to be used

 

Water Tank in the garden area

 

 

Enonabuasa Productive Plantation

By admintlm,

TLM foundation through village facilitators invited Enonabuasa villagers to transform 30 acre of unproductive land to be additional income source.
Productive garden in Enonabuasa has 7 family heads as members (10 people). This garden began to be processed since 2014 by planting red onion, garlic, green beans, cos lettuce, water spinach, napa cabbage, chilli, sweet corn, california papaya.

All the plants were planted organically making them safe to consume and good to sell.

Preparing unproductive garden to be transformed as productive garden

 

Productive garden group forming

 

Furrows making

 

Seeding of horticultural pan seedlings

 

Napa lettuces are watered routinely

 

Very fertile organic tomato plants

Kolobolon Productive Garden

By admintlm,

TLM foundation through village facilitators  invited Kolobolon villagers to transform 50 acre of unproductive land to be additional income source.

Productive garden in Kolobolon has 12 family heads as members (24 people). This garden began to be processed since March 2017 by planting red onions, garlics, , green beans, yardlong beans, cos lettuce, water spinach and chili.

All the plants  were planted organically  making them safe to consume and good to sell.

 

 

Unused Land

 

Productive garden group forming

 

Furrows and Seedbeds Making

 

Planting of dragon fruits seedlings

 

The watering of horticultural plants

 

Making of organic fertilizer