Vava’u Youth Congress Project

Project Name: Vegetable Seedling

Funded by: Tonga Health

Year: 2013-2015

Project Goal: Promoting and active and healthy Tonga, growing vegetables and employing people on healthy eating and exercise on doing gardening as well as generating income to families.

Project Objectives Project Activities Achievement
  • To promote healthy food as a life style for the people of Vava’u
  • Preparation of seedling ready for anyone who wants to start growing vegetable such as women, men and young people. Sowing and growing different varieties for people
  • To promote 30mins exercise a day on doing gardening
  • Train and visit some few garden and recognize how wonderful the utilities their time wisely everyday in the morning and everything. It’s take more than 30mins everyday which is very effective
  • To generate good income to the families
  • People supply for their family more than what they needed, so they sold at the market and the shop and help families income

One thought on “Vava’u Youth Congress Project

  • February 22, 2016 at 12:25 am

    I may be helping a dear friend of mine from Vava’u with a project on his land. I come from Hawaii and try to eat only organic food, mostly vegetables. I am now caring for him on Tongatapu in Fatai, but he may be trying to grow some interesting vegetables on his land in Vava’u fairly soon. A friend of his from Hwaii may come to help as he helped to start a similar project in Hawaii that really took off and became one of the first 100% organic farms in Hawaii. I think it would be good to meet up with those in your program to see how we could possibly share, maybe just seeds and ideas for growing.

    Please contact me at Malo ‘aupito.
    Donna Burns
    77 76775
    Honolulu, Hawaii as well


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