Bolivia: From The Orchard To The Pot
Demetria Sipe harvests her beet garden in preperation for lunch. She plans on making a fresh garden salad.
Demetria Sipe shows, proudly, the tomatoes that she produces in her garden and consumes every day.
Martha Carrasco, president of the Association of Women in the community Segundo de Agosto, tastes the tomatoes of Demetria Sipes’s garden.
Martha Carrasco, president of the Association of Women in the community Segundo de Agosto, presents the salad that was prepared for the celebration of World Food Day.
In the community of El Carmen, WFP instructs women and men on how to maintain production of the community garden.
In the community of El Carmen, women and men spend a few hours within the week tending to the community garden.
In the community of El Plato, Filomena Quintanilla proudly displays the size of the beets grown in her garden.
Teresa Martinez’s family, in the community of Segundo de Agosto, sit together to eat a salad that Teresa prepared for lunch. Which they share with their family pet.
Three months after completion of a pilot project that was implemented by WFP in Bolivia, which focused on utilizing work vouchers, family and community gardens continue to prosper.