The Mipande, Nambo and Ningaia village cooperatives have been working day and night – literally sleeping in their fields to protect their crops from animals – to produce this season’s much anticipated harvest of beans. With nearly ten acres of sowed fields between them, the groups are already reaping the benefits of their hard work with a bumper harvest. In a few weeks, they will begin planting tomatoes, peppers, aubergines, onions and other horticultural products, which will be available in local villages and, of course, the Guludo restaurant from July onwards.

The Mipande, Nambo and Ningaia village cooperatives have been working day and night – literally sleeping in their fields to protect their crops from animals – to produce this season’s much anticipated harvest of beans. With nearly ten acres of sowed fields between them, the groups are already reaping the benefits of their hard work with a bumper harvest. In a few weeks, they will begin planting tomatoes, peppers, aubergines, onions and other horticultural products, which will be available in local villages and, of course, the Guludo restaurant from July onwards.