The Cornerstone of Dunya Habitats
A few years back upon retiring, my father a former agricultural officer in Sri Lanka started spending more time there. He often went to the local market in Jaffna where he observed a young man selling produce at his stall, but he was only there every few weeks. It was because his family’s land was limited in size and they could only grow so much. At times, the produce would often perish due to pests and droughts. This rekindled my father’s desire to equip the people of the village with the power and knowledge of using a community greenhouse to grow produce more efficiently.
This is the cornerstone of what the Dunya Project means to me.
Founder & CEO