A local engineering company adopts Kwasa as one of its Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment charities. They invest in 3 large agri-tunnels, employ agricultural consultants, fund and train 2 workers from the settlement and drill a second borehole. The tunnels are filled with organic, pesticide free tomatoes, beet and spinach which can be harvested and used by the school cooks for lunchtime meals. Spare produce is sold at a small cost to parents and the wider settlement community. The primary object is to increase the nutritional intake of the Kwasa students.