The isiVuno Vegetable Gardening project envisions increased food security through the establishment of informal businesses to provide food to poor and low-income communities. This is done through training in vegetable gardening and basic entrepreneurial skills.
The Robin Good Initiative supports hydropondric vegetable projects. They supply tunnels, river sand, seed, fertiliser and training. During the pilot phase, one gardener will work the tunnel under the supervision of a project leader and garden master (volunteer with experience of agricultural support). Produce will be marketed and sold directly to the public, and to a network of street vendors in order to extend the reach of the project.