The Food and Nutrition security project, has benefited 250 households in areas of kitchen gardening, fruit and vegetable stalls and small livestock. There has been a drawback due to loss of chicken through diseases, but interventions have been taken to ensure that in future such losses do not occur. As the beneficiaries increase production and diversity their activities they are achieving economic stability albeit in their own small way. Beginning beneficiaries have so far moved ahead and their successful work has been very useful for demonstration and training to others. The fact that currently many people in the northern parts of Kenya are facing extreme food shortages due to drought has made Kenyans come together to donate and provide for their brothers and sisters. We were very moved by this project's beneficiaries who came together and contributed 10,000 ksh towards buying food for the hungry in Northern Kenya. Tabitha, one of the beneficiaries who presented the donation to our office for forwarding to the Kenyans for Kenya kitty had this to say; " We are very happy that we have enough to eat and sell, our children are healthy and attending school all because somebody came to our help, and that is why we are joining hands with other Kenyans to help those suffering from famine". We wish to thank all our donors and may God bless the work of your hands.
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