Pwoje Espwa Sud is located on over 100 acres of land. This land is not only used for housing, schooling, and other care facilities, but for cultivating and growing our agriculture program. Pwoje Espwa Sud employs some of the most knowledgeable people in the field who help keep the program up and running as well as provides training for the younger children who find a passion in the earth.
The agriculture program grows, but is not limited to, guava, papaya, peppers, plantains, watermelon, herbs, and mangoes. All of the fruits and vegetables grown are used to feed the children and help provide them with the proper nutrients they need to grow.
Chickens, pigs, horses, and other livestock are also cared for through the agriculture program. The eggs the chickens lay are used to during mealtimes for the children. The pigs are also used to feed the children. The animals are cared for in a loving and safe environment.
Some of the younger children are provided training in caring for the livestock as well as the gardens. They also are provided the freedom to plant their own gardens outside their homes in the village. Pwoje Espwa believes in empowering children to find their passion. These programs are made possible by the generosity of donors.