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Learning to be: The urban gardens of Havana (Cuba). ©UNESCO 2010
Learning to be: The urban gardens of Havana (Cuba)

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This video report is about how the over 300 co-operative urban gardens of the city of Havana, which includes 35000 acres of land being used for urban agriculture, make it possible to ensure the food safety of Cubans, by providing each citizen 280 g of fruits and vegetables every day, and provide work to many unemployed people.



This video is part of the DVD Better City, Better Life. (available here)

Place/region La Habana, Cuba, Latin America, Caribbean
Type: Promotional material
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Authors and personalities: Sylvain Braun, director.
Production: UNESCO, Education for Sustainable Development, producer.
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