A Self-Help Assistance Program (ASAP)

ASAP's mission is to cultivate self-reliance.

Never too early to learn

Never too early to learn
Drip kits and agricultural training help families to provide their children with nutritious vegetables, while demonstrating to children the importance of proper farming techniques.

Supporting the at-risk

Supporting the at-risk
Janet Gotekote, a widow and mother of 3, uses her garden to feed her family and generate income with little outside help from her neighbors.

Results

Results
ASAP Project Manager, Joseph Miti, and all staff members, are excited to see families who use drip kits yield larger harvests and become more self-reliant.

Security

Security
Using drip irrigation improves household security, protecting the family from the otherwise devastating effects of a dry season.

At ASAP we are not afraid to get our hands dirty!

At ASAP we are not afraid to get our hands dirty!
ASAP agriculturalist Alfred Jagada works closely with rural women, teaching them how to improve their gardens, so that the drip kits will not become a one-time gift, but a step in the process of becoming better, more productive farmers.
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