Ensure Food Security for 600 Farm Families

 
$5,362
$94,638
Raised
Remaining
Aug 13, 2012

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project.

We received $139.50 in the month of February 2012. Both the upland farming and inland farming are in progress.

This money was utilized for the brushing of these farms.

The construction of the piggery is in progress and its already at the wall height. So we are asking donors and supporters for their continuous support, so that we can buy zincs, nails, cements and boards for the roofing of the piggery and paving of the floor.

Thank you.

Dec 30, 2011

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project

We have raise a total of $5034. We received $78.00 in the month of October. Both the upland farming and inland farming are in progress, and the harvesting season is approaching by next month.

The construction of the piggery is already at the wall height. You can see picture attached. So we are asking donors and supporters for their continuous support, so that we can buy zincs, nails, cements and boards for the roofing of the piggery and paving of the floor.

Aug 17, 2011

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project

Wall height
Wall height

Ever since we received the $96.99, we haven't received anything yet. The wall is at its height. Both the upland farming and inland farming are in progress, probably by the ending of Sepetember all the farming work will be finished for the year.  We are asking donors for their continuous support, so that we could buy zincs and boards for the roofing of the piggery and paving of the floor.

The picture below shows the heigt of the wall of the piggery.

May 18, 2011

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project

We are currently in the farming season, we have almost done witht the brushing season in the upland farming, and we expecting tractors to start plowing now for the inland swamp farming. All the produce we have last year has been sold to hire tractors to cultivate the land, even though the piggery is finished to the wall height. We still have the nails we bought with the $96.99. The wall is at its height. We have not received anything during the past three months. We are asking donors for their continuous support, so that we could buy zincs and boards for the roofing of the piggery and paving the floor.

Photos of the wall height of the building and the cultivation of the land will be forwarded later to donors.

Feb 14, 2011

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project

The piggery is almost finished to the wall height. We have bought nails with the $96.99. We are asking donors for their continuous support, so that we could buy zincs and boards for the roofing.

Pictures of the piggery building will be forwarded later, so that donors can see the way thier money was used.

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Organization

Alisa Women's Farming Project

Freetown, N/A, Sierra Leone

Project Leader

Sidi Kaloko

Project Leader
Freetown, Sierra Leone

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