Food Security and Sustainability

Cows feeding – Quthing

SOS Children’s Village Quthing through its agricultural projects aims to accomplish food sufficiency where it will reduce spending on food. This comes after the global challenges that sees rise in food prices and shortage. Therefore, the village currently has a field of wheat, which will be ready for harvest in December, poultry, milk and vegetable production. “These projects are not only meant for children under SOS care, but it is also meant to provide a nearby community with food at affordable prices”, says Programme Location Manager –  Makarabelo Mokhemisa.

Poultry organic farm – Quthing
Field of wheat – Quthing
Growing vegetables

Dried Fruits

Did you know about dried fruits produced by SOS children’s village Maseru? They are most mouth-watering dried fruits one can ever come across. We have five kinds of dried fruits which are unpeeled pear, bananas, golden apples, raisins as well as green apples. we sell them with at least M10.00 a packet. We are available during working hours throughout the week as well as on weekends.
Dried fruits are excellent and healthy substitute for daily snacks. They help with energy and stamina because of its rich fibre which betters’ digestion and overall health. Benefit your body by trying to eat dried fruits regularly.
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