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
Jun 10, 2013

Help Educate 330 Mukinyai School Orphans, Kenya

Even after attaining good results in 2012 KCPE, some pupils did not make it to secondary school as their parents/guardians could not afford to raise their school and some of them were lucky to receive sponsorship from the Equity bank of Kenya.  Those who received the sponsorship were very happy but those who didn’t felt very discourage despite their efforts.  However we try to encourage them and inspire them by showing them that  this is not end of living as they have other opportunities and by grace they can still get an opportunity to pursue their studies.  We encourage them to join local polytechnics which are not very expensive and they can help raise their school fees through income generating activities like rabbits and poultry keeping.  Recently pupils have been taken through training on waste management and specifically on recycling some waste materials to make other valuable items e.g. they have been trained on use of waste papers to make necklaces, rings and bangles.  This will not only help them to earn incomes but will also help them make use of leisure time as well preparing them to be responsible of clean environment.  Some girls from the school have also received sanitary towels and 2 students received school uniforms.  Thank you for the continued support.

Jun 10, 2013

Build school for 80 Students in Arid Kachiuru Keny

The school is progressing on well and they are appreciating managing a school with an increased population after January admission.  Teachers are enjoying teaching a class of many pupils unlike before when a class would have less than 10 pupils.  The school has introduced storey garden farming where they are training pupils on how to erect and manage them for vegetable production.  Being an arid region, the storey gardens are working out well and it is also used as demonstration site even to the neighbouring community.  We hope they will gain skills on how to erect and manage them to improve their diets and selling surplus if any to other members of the community to meet their other basic needs.  Thank you for the support given to this needy community.

Mar 7, 2013

Progress report on build Kachuru school

Third term was good for Kachiuru pupils and learning environment was much better after construction of classrooms.  This was also noted when school admitted more pupils and some who were not attending the school there before.  The number of pupils has increased and the community is appreciating what the well-wishers have supported them and their children.  Beginning of this school term very needy pupils received their annual scholarships from well-wishers and they even increased the number of beneficiaries especially the one from the most vulnerable households.  The scholarships will cater for school uniforms, shoes and stationeries.  Thank you very much to all those who are supporting these needy children and ensuring that they benefit through education support. 

The school has not yet managed to have the water borehole but they are still hoping that one day they will enjoy this important basic need.  School garden is also their hope that they will manage to have at least one to cater for school feeding programme for the school. 

Thank you again for all those who are kindly contributing their resources to support these needy children and the community.

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