Introduction

We work with our partners in East Africa to provide Sustainable Agriculture Training to farmers living in poor, remote communities. Community members are trained in farming techniques which increase agricultural efficiency using naturally available, environmentally friendly resources. On average, individuals who receive training are able to increase their income by 284%! This means parents can afford to feed their children, access healthcare, and send their children to school.

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Kimamba Artist Group

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Niaver

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Huruma Widows Group

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Felister Nekesa is 54 years old and lives in Bwayi, near Kitale in Western Kenya. She lives with her seven children and five grandchildren, and she is the main provider in her family. Felister received Sustainable Agriculture training in 2018, which has helped her to produce food to provide for her family. 

 

“I am very thankful for the training, it has very much impacted my life. I am happy to see my kids eating and going to school. I would like to see more women trained.” 

Read more about Felister on the button below. 

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Meet Felister
Meet Eunice

Eunice is 52 and lives with her partner and three children. She received Sustainable Agriculture training in 2018 which has had a positive impact on her life. Prior to the training Eunice was doing casual work on large, corporate farms but struggled to feed and provide for her family. She now has a regular income twice as high as before and can send her children to school and provide a positive home environment.

Support more women like Eunice by donating today. 

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Training in Schools

As well as training individuals, our local partners use the Sustainable Agriculture techniques at Schools for Life projects. This enables students to learn about the techniques and seek employment in the agriculture sector after they finish their studies, as well as providing healthy, nutritious meals for the whole school. 

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