Fish to Feed HIV affected families in Malawi

 
$11,136
$288,864
Raised
Remaining

Fish to Feed HIV affected families in Malawi

Fish to Feed HIV affected families in Malawi

Project Photo

Project Photo
Village Headman Chunda's integrated farm. He uses water from the pond to irrigate the beutiful vegetabes.

Grandmother, Mrs Amidu

Grandmother, Mrs Amidu
A recent (Decemnber 2009) beneficiary of fish ponds. At this age, she is still caring for 2 orphans after the death of her daughter.

Widows club

Widows club
A club comprising of widows and aged women who are growing maize to feed orphans. They were so food insecure before the Globalgiving fund.

New pond for grandmother Matiki

New pond for grandmother Matiki
Mr Chagwa, an extensionist providing advice to men contructing a pond belonging to grandmother Matiki, a new beneficiary who had children to care for.

Water bridge

Water bridge
Locally constructed bridges that carry water from streams across valleys and ditches to fish ponds.

Leaders of a School Fish farming club

Leaders of a School Fish farming club
Ishmael and Fanny, Chairperson and Secretary respectively of Ntanangala Primary school fish ponds. They are responsible for developing duty rosters for feeding and management of the school ponds

First Catch at Ntanangala Primaru School

First Catch at Ntanangala Primaru School
Pupils pulling the seine net for the new harvest of fish after 6 months of caring

My Fish

My Fish
Every pupil grabs a live fish just after harvest. I time of joy after their efforts

Fish to Feed HIV affected families in Malawi

Fish to Feed HIV affected families in Malawi
Photo from Progress Report 'The other side of School Fish Ponds:'
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Organization

Project Leader

Daniel Jamu

Regional Director - East and Southern Africa
Zomba, Malawi

Where is this project located?

Map of Fish to Feed HIV affected families in Malawi