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.

The project is ongoing with 2 classrooms complete and 4 rehabilitated, about 30 desks have been provided so far and we hope more will be available with availability of funds. 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 enrol 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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Nov 21, 2011

Progress report on Help Educate Mukinyai Orphans

The project is ongoing, during the third semester, school fees for 20 orphans was paid to the school, and they have no arrears, Report from Children’s garden home shows that the orphans admitted there are doing very well academically and health wise. 50 households of vulnerable orphans have been supported with 100 tree seedlings each to plant within their farms and this will form their woodlots to ensure they have wood fuel close to their homes, and in future they ca   earn income from the sale of timber, that will help to cater for other basic needs ,they were also supported with 100 energy saving stoves (jikos) which are more economical when it comes to wood fuel. We appreciate our donors for being a part of this success.

Oct 11, 2011

Progress Report on Food & Nutrition Interventions.

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. Current initiatives where 300 households have benefited and more awaiting to benefit have shown that participatory approaches involving all stakeholders as well as empowering local communities to take charge of HIV/AIDS problem have more chances of success.

Scaling up of experience obtained so far, exploiting indigenous knowledge of the area, improvement in the 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 in Molo district as a whole.

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

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