Development In Gardening (DIG) empowers communities to develop sustainable community gardens improving the nutrition and quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS, orphans, pregnant women and other vulnerable populations in Africa.

Income Generation

DIG Farmers increase their garden-sourced income by 354%

Improved Nutrition

DIG families source 3 additional meals a week from their gardens

Climate Resilience

90% of DIG Farmers adopt climate-resilient agriculture practices

Food Security

DIG Families reduce household food expenses from $4 to 40¢ per week

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