Moringa is becoming one of the most popluar trees to grow in west Africa due to what seems to be endless health benefits. On November 7th KITA Students engaged in a moringa training provided buy a grant through USAID Trellis Fund. The training that took place on KITA’s Campus was the first of 6 that will take place in the Ejisu district. On December 7th in Ejius the second training was held. The trainings are presented by KITA’s own Emmanuel Klutse and students. At these training, the participants will learn the proper ways to grow, harvest, and process moringa for multiple uses. By educating not only KITA students but community members as well this training will help in assisting a healthier future for Ghanaians.