Rawalpindi: According to news reports, Chairman Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) Tariq Mehmood said on Thursday (October 21) that the authority is preparing to resume its kitchen gardening initiative and is working on a plan with Akhuwat Foundation.

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Citizens who are interested in the effort will be granted interest-free micro loans, and the authority will supply free seeds as part of the new project. Speaking at the event, he added that small-scale, social-sector firms could provide people with jobs and better lives, as well as organic vegetables, which would improve their health and cut their costs.

RDA began a kitchen gardening project in 500 five-marla households in the city last year by giving stands and seedlings. The authorities also provided training to chosen people to encourage them to cultivate veggies at home, according to the chairman.

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Kitchen gardening, according to reports, is rapidly gaining popularity in metropolitan areas around the world due to its organic, pesticide-free benefits that boost human health.

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