The farmlands in southern Bangladesh during the monsoon  are covered by water, making it impossible to grow crops. Even when the floods recede, the land remains waterlogged restricting people’s ability to cultivate vegetables, to feed themselves and to generate an income.
In this scenario, floating garden an ancient  method of farming has worked out to be a successful coping option.
The power of vulnerable communities and their traditional knowledge and practices has  been highlighted. One of the important lessons learnt in this process is that, small Ideas can have the potential to bring in remarkable change in the lives of the poor. Read More

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