Our training courses develop practical skills and understanding through ‘learning by doing’ with underpinning knowledge. A series of one-day courses are offered at the Real Impact Demonstration Farm in Thika. For more information please contact us.
Bag Gardening is an inexpensive and high-yielding food security technology which Real Impact has developed.
This course provides a review of the processes of bed system production, including: farm design, crop rotation, biological pest control and drip line irrigation.
This one day training educates trainees on the benefits of rabbit farming – how to make money and how to improve health.
This course will teach trainees how to set up a worm unit to create organic fertiliser through nutrient recycling.
Healthy vegetable and fruit tree transplants are more likely to lead to healthy crop production. Real IPM has developed biological crop protection and bio-fertilisers to ensure that crops are protected without excessive use of chemical pesticides.
Soil health is key to crop nutrition and turning a profit. This course will teach you how to create excellent compost.
Learn how to create a hydroponic fodder system and how to integrate a biogas and zero-grazing unit.
Communities that rely on seasonal rains as the only source of irrigation, need to be able to process vegetables into a form that can easily be stored. Moringa is a drought tolerant tree with highly nutritious leaves and seeds.
Extension officers can improve nutrition and reduce costs if food can be produced on site, using local labour and water.
Learn about protein, fats, carbohydrates and the main vitamins and minerals in an accessible way.