Today is making-the-shelter day! We need a shelter where our moringa farm workers can enjoy their lunch and rest or have a siesta. We designed the shelter like a nipa hut, the traditional Philippine house, so it can shield them from the rains. Initially, this was where we planned to prepare and germinate the moringa (malunggay) seeds before planting them, but it's a bit far from our water source so we decided to make a shelter closer to our well.
Here are pictures of the construction:
|Cogon grass for the roof and body|
|Bamboo for the table and chairs|
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