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Also embracing the project was Archbishop of Kingston Kenneth Richards. He argued that with people unaware of when the war in Ukraine will end, it is important to put things in place to cushion whatever effects may come.
“We see the challenge that is arising out of the Ukraine and Russia conflict and how that is going to be putting a stranglehold and restrict commerce and commodities necessary for our survival. This, therefore, becomes the model thedistrictbyha.com and example of what is possible. It is hoped that people will make such ventures available now, like home gardening and community projects like this as we seek to ensure food sustainability and security. This creates such an opportunity,” Archbishop Richards said.