Farming, climate change, health and the AIDS epidemic
More and Better Food is an essential guide for food security in the age of climate change and the AIDS epidemic. It presents basic information about food and health, managing soil and water, and improving productivity through organic farming methods which help to address the challenges of climate change. Written in clear, simple language, the book contains numerous participatory exercises for teaching and learning new farming techniques through practical activities, and is well illustrated with line drawings.
The co-authors: Rev Dr Anne Bayley is a writer and consultant on HIV and related issues. She is a former Professor in the School of Medicine at University Teaching Hospital, Lusaka, Zambia. Mugove Walter Nyika is an environmental educator based in Malawi, with wide experience of permaculture and of integrated land use design for school communities.
What our users say about More and Better Food:
“More and Better Food taught us that a very small piece of land can help you to get an income, if done well, and that we can make compost from manure to help the soil on the small scale.”(Pastor Bwambale Alfonse, Alpha Children Ministry, Uganda)
“We have learnt from More and Better Food that plant-based foods provide all of your nutritional needs, and that good nutrition means good health.”(Jones Chamangwana, Reach Out Ministries, Malawi)
“This book will change my life and nutrition behaviour completely.”
(Wisdom Chikalimba Community Member, Malawi)
Download this book (below) or order copies from the Christian Literature Fund in South Africa. Click HERE.
(For information on how to run a training workshop using this manual, please click here to see the CALLED TO CARE Users’ Guide.)
By: Anne Bayley and Mugove Walter Nyika
88 pages; published 2011; ISBN 978-1-905746-37-8 (E-book)
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