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We are looking to start up a farming program at our orphanage in Bodh-Gaya, Indien. A rototiller will allow the children there the opportunity to learn farming skills which they can carry with them for a lifetime. Having Basic Farming Skills will give a child the ability to be self sufficient and to be able to farm the land to earn a living in the future when it comes time for them to support a family.
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