We create food forests for children in rural poor schools to ensure that they get a variety of nutritious foods that are vital for holistic development. For example, we turned a bare ground at Bijubwe Primary School into a functional food forest so that children get nutritious meals. This food forest saved the school when food prices were too high but they got cassava from their food forest and they fed for two weeks. They were harvesting dust on the whole compound but now they are harvesting a variety of vegetables which is vital for children. We also encouraged children to start their own food forests at home and a number of them started. This has greatly improved household food security.