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
Mar 7, 2013

Progress Report on Community Health Interventions.

The campaign on  conservation of Molo river is still ongoing, to ensure that families downstream are not affected any more by floods which are causing havoc to their livelihoods.

So far the project has supported 2000 beneficiaries with bednets, capacity building in environmental conservation and production of neem trees, not only for malaria protection but for its medicinal purposes, they are now drying the leaves of the tree and grinding to make neem powder which is important as  medicinal and for fertilization of the soils.

Neem powder is traditionally used to eliminate internal parasites, including tapeworm and ringworms. These parasitic infections are common in children but it should not be given to very young children .They intend to start selling the neem powder to other members of the community, before embarking in sourcing other markets once it is certified by Kenya bureau of standards.

We thank our donors for their continued support.

Dec 4, 2012

Progress report on food & nutrition interventions

This project has enabled many HIV affected families, to regain hope in their lives. They have embarked on activities that generate income for their households and also give them an opportunity to interact with others, making them appreciate their status and live positively.

There initiatives have spread within their localities, helping to create awareness on the importance of living positively, hence reducing stigma. Many are the ones who participated in this year’s World Aids day, and gave their testimonies of improved livelihoods through living positively.

We wish to thank our donors for their continued support. We are grateful that you have helped change lives.

Dec 4, 2012

Progress Report on Community Health Interventions.

This project has supported about 1200 families with bednets and neem tree seedlings. These past months a number of families on the Island have had to shift to higher grounds due to floods, but they have ensured they carry their bed nets along, as malaria cases have been on the rise.  Necofa , Slow food central Rift chapter and other stakeholders  within Baringo and Molo districts are working towards a campaign on the conservation of Molo river, from which the degradation upstream is causing havoc to the families living downstream in Baringo and especially families on Kokwa Island.

We thank our donors for their continued support; we hope to get more funds to support the campaign, which will promote conservation efforts from the families living upstream, to ensure better lives for families downstream

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