The Leribe micro farm is a construction set up by The Ivory Foundation at St Paul School for the Deaf in Leribe, Lesotho.
The concept consist in designing on a small land, a small farm that students at the end of their studies can learn to build and manage themselves on their homeland.
This micro farm includes a building entirely built with locally available materials, and at a relatively low cost.
Basic tools have been made available to the school for mounting the structure (drill, screwdriver, hand saws, stapler …)
This building is located in the center of a plot that will include a market gardening area, an enclosure for goats, chickens and rabbits, and cereal crops.