WThe centre consists of an integrated primary school for both disabled and non-disabled children, as well as full-time boarding for those who need it. They provide assessment, education and disability awareness to parents, teachers and mainly for children and youth with disabilities and those who came from marginalized environments, teaches individuals different vocational and life skills. One of the activities is gardening. The center has 70 children (38 female and 32 males). Of the 70 children, 17 are involved in gardening activities which were established in 2012. Each child is assigned to cultivate some vegetables at the center. The garden has a 30 m2 surface area which is planted with egg plant, sweet pepper, spinach, “sukuma wiki”, sweet potatoes, amaranths, etc. The produced vegetables are eaten in the centre and for surplus they used to sell to the community around the school. The main aim is to learn life skills through gardening and the improvement of nutrition for children with disabilities. The garden is free from industrial chemical and it using composite manual and cow dung as fertilizer. Bio pesticides used in the garden are crushed need leaves. The garden has a good supply of piped water for watering the plants. The garden is situated on the lower slopes of Kilimanjaro mountain, 3km from Moshi to Arusha road and 400 m from the Kibosho road. The next step to developing the garden is to grow more varieties of traditional vegetables and fruit. Finally, to attend Slow Food training in order to enhance Slow Food philosophy and establish Slow Food clubs in schools.
Lower slopes of Kilimanjaro mountain, 3km from Moshi to Arusha road and 400 m from the Kibosho road