Providing meals three times a day for more than 50 people is not easy. We need a sufficient kitchen facility. The Learning Farm is very grateful to receive the donation from SGS to build a new kitchen equipped with additional utensils.
The Learning Farm is striving to improve the quality of our program. In the long run we'd like to implement a fully-integrated farming system fully. We want the students to understand that the technique we are teaching them is not the only form of organic farming. Recently we have introduced another way of making compost which is called vermicomposting.
The Learning Farm is committed to improve our success and impact by constantly monitoring our alumni and their activities. Completely supported by Aviva, The Learning Farm held its National Alumni Gathering on 21-23 March 2014.
Developing ourselves should start by knowing who we are. For this purpose, and to develop our students, TLF supported by Bapak Eddy Shambada held a session on Self Journey which was divided in two sessions and assisted by Bapak Ncip. Pak Eddy Shambada is the founder of Plus One Consultant.
The Learning Farm develops vulnerable Indonesian youth by using organic farming as our main teaching media. Teaching them does not have to be only done within the farm but we keep trying to equip our students with other useful life skills and often get help with this from our kind supporters.