Gardening Projects Help Children Flower

October 2010
Chicago Citizen;10/27/2010, Vol. 45 Issue 31, p35
The article offers information on ChildFund International green projects which aims to help children and their families as well as local organizations and communities in flower and vegetable cultivation, and business administration.


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