Cities Launch Roma Employment Project To Grow Organic Garlic


A Roma boy plants garlic as part of the 'Bio Knoblauch Romanes'... NachrichtenfotoArbeiten,Berlin,Deutschland,Finanzen,Ganzkörperansicht,Geschäftsleben,Jungen,Kind,Knoblauch,Landwirtschaft,Soziales Thema,Vertikal,ZigeunerPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2012 Target Presse Agentur GmbhBERLIN, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 16: A Roma boy plants garlic as part of the 'Bio Knoblauch Romanes' ('Organic Garlic Romanes') project at the August-Heyn gardening school on November 16, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. The project has been launched by cities across Central and Eastern Europe in an effort to create opportunity for European Roma, many of whom are unemployed and live in poverty. Europe imports the vast majority of its organic garlic from China, and initiators hope the project will fill both a need for opportunity and a market niche. (Photo by Target Presse Agentur Gmbh/Getty Images)