Hima Farm utilizes the local organic fertilizers, locally available water resources, such as the nearby pond, and local market; further to that, support of the local labor and local cooperatives feed in the economic cycle that can be established for the development of a full Hima Farm.
This acts as a catchment net that drives the local market in times of prosperity and in pandemics.
Given the importance of a Hima Farm, in which an economic cycle and supply chain cycle is undertaken, the need for support has transformed into a cornerstone for the sustainability of the project.
Within Hima Farm Hammana, several steps need to be addressed. As such, the pond present within the Hima requires proper reconstruction and rehabilitation due to the leakage present on the downstream of the embankment. In addition, efficient water networking plays a vital role to utilize water usage and apply and water resource management.
The latter linked to a portable treatment unit so that to provide adequate water quality. This portable treatment plant, will be locally constructed and manufactured, which will in turn link to the sustainability of the project.
Same as, procurement of local organic fertilizers and compost, will provide needed nutrients for the growth of the plantations. In terms of efficiency, the procurement of materials and equipment from the local market will have a significant impact on the local economic cycle and utilizing the local labor force. This equipment comprises of basic tools such as tractors, picks, shovels, and other agricultural needed kits.