Let's Grow! (pilot edition)

Let's Grow! helps individuals, families and community groups to address hunger, food insecurity and poor nutrition, and to discover ways to grow their own food sustainably.

Let's Grow! - facilitator's guide

This facilitator's guide introduces the Let's Grow! material and helps a facilitator to prepare to use it with their church or community group.
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Let's Grow! - outline of modules

Let's Grow! consists of an introduction and 17 optional training modules. This document is an outline of all of the Let's Grow! training modules, with an aim and a list of sections for each.
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Let's Grow! - introductory module

The purpose of this session is to provide an introduction to the Let’s Grow! training sessions.
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Let's Grow! - Module 1: Nutrition and Health

The aim of this session is to help community members to grow in their understanding of what malnutrition is, the signs of malnutrition and its impact, and why good nutrition is important.
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Let's Grow! - Module 2: A Healthy, Balanced Diet

The aim of this session is to help community members to grow in their understanding of what is a healthy and balanced diet. This will enable them and their children to grow stronger and healthier.
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Let's Grow! - Module 3: Plants Good to Eat

The aim of this session is to help community members to have a much broader understanding about locally available plants which are good to eat.
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Let's Grow! - Module 4: Grow Your Own Vegetables

The aim of this session is to encourage community members to consider growing a broader range of vegetables to help improve the health of their children.
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Let's Grow! - Module 5: Plant a Small Garden

The aim of this session is to teach participants how to create a door–size garden in their homesteads in which they can grow lots of vegetables, even in a small space.
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Let's Grow! - Module 6: Create a Community Garden

The aim of this session is to teach participants how churches and community members can get involved in creating community gardens for and with vulnerable children and the elderly.
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