Much of Malawi is dependent on farming for their livelihood, and the village of Chamadenga is no exception.   We seek to employ what the local people already know about farming, and work towards making it better.  The agriculture program has become an integral part of what Bright Vision does throughout the year.  While providing jobs for people in the community, we also work toward providing better nutrition and farming outputs in the area.  Right now, we have ten acres under cultivation during the rainy season, and another four acres throughout the year via irrigation from a local dam.  The head of our agriculture program, a former student supported by BVOC, is recently finished agriculture training, so he can help our program run better and train the local community as well.