Ensure Food Security for 600 Farm Families

 
$5,362
$94,638
Raised
Remaining
Dec 28, 2010

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project

The construction is still going on the 40 x 20 feet piggery, and they are now at the end of the wall height, and a roof is needed to finish it. The rice is full grown, and is ready to be harvest. We still need donor's support. So, we need help in mechanizing farming.

See picture of both the piggery and the full grown rice.

Aug 9, 2010

Updates from Alisa Women's

Construction of the 40ft x 20ft building
Construction of the 40ft x 20ft building

Construction of the 40ft x 20ft building for the animals is still going on. We received $410 from donors and building materials have already being bought. We are asking donors to continue to support us, so that we can finish the building by the ending of the year.

Foundation of the building
Foundation of the building
Jun 1, 2010

Updates from Alisa Women's

Britt Lake visited project #3731 in Sierra Leone
Britt Lake visited project #3731 in Sierra Leone

The money sent was used for the upland, inland swamp farming and the construction of the Piggery. We are still asking donors for their continuous support so that the project will reach its goal.

Britt Lake and member of Alisa visited upland farm
Britt Lake and member of Alisa visited upland farm
Mar 31, 2010

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project

Hello, We the members of Alisa Women's Farming Project will like to say many, many thanks for the support you have given to us. The Project received $3,577.85 and we have already bought 100 bags of cements, sand and stones already packed, for the construction of 40'x20' piggery. Yet, we still need your continuous support for the project to succeed.

Once more, we say many, many thanks and may God continue to bless you.

Quote: "o pepe kono- yie kayak" Trans: This means that "little by little work make success"

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Alisa Women's Farming Project

Freetown, N/A, Sierra Leone

Project Leader

Sidi Kaloko

Project Leader
Freetown, Sierra Leone

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