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
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.

Oct 21, 2013

Help Educate 330 Mukinyai School Orphans, Kenya

Of late we have discovered that sanitary towels are becoming part of the basic needs and this has drawn our attention to the orphans and vulnerable households where we have discussed that sanitary towels to girl child from these families is a very scarce commodity and many girls are forced to miss school 3 to 5 days every month as they cannot afford sanitary towels and instead opt to stay at home during their periods.  This is a great concern as we have realized that many are using old clothes as their sanitary towels which of course raise issues of their hygiene and health.  We have given sanitary towels priority and during the last school term we managed to support 20 girls from very needy families with a pack of pads for the whole term.  This support has been appreciated not only by the beneficiaries but also by the school teachers as they have discovered a lot of improvement in class performance in these girls as they are now throughout in school.   We are happy also for these improvements and we are optimistic that we will be able to provide them with another pack for this school term and hope to cater for other needy girls and ensure that they are present in class throughout the term.  We thank all those who have happily contributed to this and we welcome other well-wishers to join us in helping and supporting our needy community.

Oct 21, 2013

Build School for 80 Students in Arid Kachuru Kenya

In Kachiuru they are progressing on well with challenges here and there but they are coping with them since they don’t have much to do.  School management is trying its best to support the pupils in one way or the other and one positive change made is to keep pupils in school most of the time.  It has been discovered that absenteeism in school has really reduced and parents are encouraging their children to be in school during school days.  It has also been noted that scholarship beneficiaries have improved in their performances and this has been taken seriously by the well wishers and they are very happy and willing to continue providing scholarships to these needy children and their parents. 

There is also a plan to add more storey gardens in the school as it has proved to do well and help the community to learn more and gain skills on more vegetables production.  Once they have reliable source of water they will add more to create room for communities to continue learning and also to supply them with vegetables.  Thank you to all well wisher for their continued support.

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