Published
November 28, 2017

Bakar's wife Saluwah is feeling better! Why? She's drinking water, eating soybeans and "with my husband; we...grow our own vegetables.”

Julius Bakanamwike

STEW trainer Robert Lubega. They grow eggplants, tomatoes, and other vegetables.Bakar and his wife Saluwah now thrive on subsistence farming. By selling some of the farm produce and vegetables from their kitchen garden, they’ve managed to sustain their family. 

Saluwah says “I never knew that we can get milk from soybeans. I used to buy and take dairy milk. When I learned of soya milk and how to make it from the beans, I started to prepare it for my kids. I realized a gradual improvement in their health.

Secondly, she says “I used to drink little water. Sometimes my lips would crack and begin to wonder if I were falling sick. Sometimes I would think that perhaps my body is deficient in some minerals. When I learned from FARM STEW that one of the signs of the inadequacy of water in the body is drying of lips, I started to drink water regularly. My lips no longer crack, my health has greatly improved and now I’m feeling fine.”
Saluwah also says “Before FARM STEW trained us, I used to buy eggplants and other vegetables from vendors. That is no more because now with my husband; we own a kitchen garden and grow our own vegetables.”
Saluwah and her husband Bakar showcase their kitchen garden to FARMSTEW trainer Robert Lubega. They grow eggplants, tomatoes, and other vegetables.

                                                                                   

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