July 2018 HollandDoor held the third ToT (train the trainer) training for the HAED (Hydroponic Agriculture and Employment Development) project in Jordan. The training focussed on various aspects of growing, including propagation, recording plant growth, managing the crop and practical work for better plant maintenance.
During the same visit, all project partners gathered for the project progress meeting. We concluded that HAED is really on its way with small greenhouse and hydroponic growing in projects for communities in Jordan in which Syrian refugees are involved. We also visited the construction of the new multispan greenhouse of the first farmers who participated in the project. They will start their production later this year.
For more information, please contact