A woman farmer learns to use the A-frame tool to plant corn seeds across the mountainside contour. This is often the first new agricultural practice that
participants want to adopt.
Byron Bueso, age 13, learned how to build improved stoves and sinks at workshops in a nearby community. Within a short time he built others in his own community.
Mercedes Rios, shown in the small store she runs in her house, liked helping other families learn how to build wood-conserving stoves.
The first chicken coop in Aqua Zarca is being built by a farmer from El Cablotal, Antonio Gamez. These coops protect the hens and eggs, thus benefitting family nutrition.
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