One of the considerations in the #WaterConnection project is the availability of water as a foundation for the health of residents in the 3T area. Much can be done with the availability of clean water. Including growing healthy food crops such as fruit and vegetables as a source of nutrition that is needed during the growth and development of children and pregnant and lactating mothers. In addition, drinking enough water accompanied by good habits that pay attention to cleanliness will ultimately improve the quality of life by strengthening the body’s resistance to disease. Moreover, there are still many cases of stunting or stunting in the Sumba area.
Planting food crops in every household can also have an impact on the community’s economy. Excess produce can be sold in the market or between neighbors, or processed into other products in innovative ways.
We have created a pilot garden at Rumah Kambera’s home base which hopefully will be replicated in the homes of #Mbinudita residents. Through awareness, you will slowly replace excess carbohydrate foods with fresh vegetables and fruits rich in vitamins and fiber.
This will probably be KBI’s and @fairfuturefoundation’s longest-running project ever, introducing clean-and-healthy behavior once the water has flown closer. Little by little, step by step, we believe Mbinudita will be as clear as the sky.