Suara.com – Volunteer Mak Ganjar, East Kalimantan (East Kalimantan) held training and counseling for a number of mothers in the Bukit Pinang Village, Samarinda Ulu District, Samarinda City.
Ernawati, Mak Ganjar Kaltim coordinator, said that in this activity they invited women to take advantage of the empty yards.
According to Ernawati, the vacant land could be used by women to grow hydroponic vegetables.
“We teach them how to grow crops hydroponically. This can be done in the yard,” said Ernawati Siregar.
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By utilizing the land, he said, women can save more because they cook the vegetables they grow without buying them at the market.
“In fact, vegetables can make money by reselling them. Of course it really helps the family’s economy,” said Ernawati.
Apart from being taught how to grow crops, the mothers who participated in the counseling were also given hydroponic mustard greens which can be grown in their respective homes.
“We have taught them how to do it, and we have given them the seeds so that the women can plant them directly at home,” he said.
This activity was deliberately held to prove Mak Ganjar’s concern for mothers.
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“We are also inspired by the figure of Mr. Ganjar Pranowo who has been very concerned with women, especially his mother,” he said.
Rahmawati (32), one of the women participating in the counseling, said she was happy to be involved in the Mak Ganjar event.
He was also grateful for gaining new knowledge and being able to grow hydroponic vegetables.
“Thanks to Mak Ganjar and Pak Ganjar Pranowo for all their concern,” he said.
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