Network for Ecofarming in Africa

Empowering communities towards realization of sustainable livelihoods, access to empowering education and information, food security, as well as attainment of enhanced culture and environment. It values respect for people and nature; commitment and efficiency; honesty, accountability and transparency; positive socialization; enhancing visionary leadership and governance and being ambassadors of peace. It facilitates access to information, education, skills and appropriate technologies
Dec 30, 2011

Progress Report on Help Build School in Kachuru.

In the year 2011, 2 classrooms were constructed and 4 rehabilitated, about 30 desks were provided. We believe that Provision of basic education for all is a central element in poverty reduction, as the acquisition of basic academic skills including literacy will expand the access of Kachuru citizens to employment opportunities and sustainable livelihoods.

Universal access to primary school is the surest strategy for increasing equity in the education system ,since ensuring that all children are able to enroll in school opens up new opportunities for previously disadvantaged children, including girls, children with special needs and children from provinces and districts where access is now limited.

We hope to get enough funds to construct more classrooms, start up a lunch programme and other facilities required for conducive learning.

We wish to thank our donors for their continued support


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Dec 30, 2011

Improve lives for 225 affected households with Hiv

The project aims to ensure that families infected and affected with HIV/Aids are supported to improve their livelihoods and have access to Nutritious balanced food.  In the year 2011, 196 families benefited and more awaiting to benefit and this shows that participatory approaches involving all stakeholders as well as empowering local communities to take charge of HIV/AIDS problem have more chances of success.

 "I gave because I am a nurse and understand the value of disease prevention through good nutrition and physical activity. Teaching the importance of good nutrition is essential!! Thank you!" Renee Martin, U.SA.

Scaling up of experience obtained, exploiting indigenous knowledge of the area, improvement in information flow and dealing with unmet needs are some of the strategies for the way forward in attaining sustainable solution for HIV/AIDS and orphans problem.

We thank our donors for the success of the project so far.


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Dec 30, 2011

Progress Report on Community Health Interventions.

Thank you for having being part of us in the year 2011. The project benefited 2,930 households of the 10,000 households from kokwa community in a big way. Bed nets were distributed to different households. Malaria cases decreased, and we attributed  this to cleaner environments especially no breeding sites, capacity building for health workers, 5000 assorted seedlings including Neem were planted by the households, Kokwa Dispensary and neighboring schools,  trees will not only act as mosquito repellants but form wood lots for future use as wood fuel to save on existing indigenous trees.

Through your kind donations we shall be able to provide all households with bed nets, build groups capacity in environment conservation and disease management and increase number of trees planted.

As we move on to 2012, we wish to recognize your efforts in changing lives, and we look forward for a bountiful 2012.


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