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
Jan 24, 2014

Build School for 80 Students in Arid Kachiuru Keny

At the beginning of this year the headteacher informed us that he has admitted more new students in this year which is a very positive move. The school had improved in appearance after building new classrooms and also the number of students has increased therefore giving the community much hope. Some well-wishers have visited the school this year and provided scholarships to the very needy students and they have been doing this every year to ensure that these students atleast access the basic needs and attend school. They are wishing to increase the number of beneficiaries and they are calling other well-wishers to join hands in helping these needy children. A lot has been achieved and we are optimistic that we will achieve even more when we join hands and support this community.

Nov 25, 2013

Protect 1800 people on Kokwa Island from Malria

It is sad to report that this community unfortunately has been greatly affected by the current flooding of Lake Baringo. To our surprise the community dispensary and maternity wing has been covered by water to the top and currently there is no temporary structure to be used as the dispensary and unfortunately they did not manage to save anything from the dispensary therefore worsening the situation. This is a great concern as now community health is not guaranteed. On the other hand many have been displace and most of their belongings washed away by the floods. We have not lost hope and we are focusing on supporting them and encouraging them to rise up again and carry on and encouraging the community health worker to play a big role in assisting in every way possible. Most of their projects have been affected including their kitchen gardens leaving them with little or no hope. It is too sad because in our previous report we were optimistic that this year they won't be affected as the campaign to save the Molo River was being done but unfortunately it was not enough and the rains persisted. We have organized meetings with the affected community to plan on the way forward together and we have agreed health worker should be there for the community despite all the challenges they are currently facing. We are optimistic that our well-wishers together with our government will come to rescue and save this community we will continue with our initiatives and restart those affected by the floods to ensure that the community rises up again. We thank you for this far and your continued support toward Kokwa community's health needs and we invite you to join us once more as we continue to support them.

Oct 21, 2013

Improve Livelihoods of HIV-affected families

Project beneficiaries are proceedings on well and they have a reason to smile after receiving seeds and organic fertilizer they are now enjoying variety of vegetables and other short period crops.

They have appreciated the changes they have seen on productivity after using organic fertilizer which not only resulted on high yields but also rich in nutrients and good for their health as they are chemical free.  We are training them on value additions techniques and encouraging them to practice them with the surplus vegetables they are currently harvesting. 

One of the beneficiaries was lucky to be employed as health worker in Molo sub county hospital where she is training other infected people on diets, support groups, income generating activities among others.  This has given the beneficiary opportunity to share with others and especially those still affected by stigma the importance of accepting the situation they are in and be ready to move on with life without fear.  She has become a role model and she has created a lot of impacts even to the affected communities/ families. Thank you to our well-wishers who have continuously supported and considered this group as part of the community.

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