Provide a HOME for Kenya's Street-Children 2013

Jul 26, 2012

Food at JWHS

Our new born goat
Our new born goat

JWHS, our children's home, is working for sustainability.  The home is "GREEN" with solar power, solar water heating, solar cooking, organic gardens, drip irrigation, grey water irrigation, rain water catchment and humanmanure compostiing.

In March the gardens are dry and sparse. The rains begin in late March and planting starts in Apri.l So now in July, the the gardens are GREEN and producing!  The animals are fat and healthy too.  We have dairy goats, chickens and rabbits. 

As JWHS continues to work toward 100% sustainability, we look forward to stretching donor funding by assisting more children!

Thank you Global Giving Donors!

Comfy Rabbits
Comfy Rabbits
Laying Hens
Laying Hens
A large Hand of Bananas...YUM
A large Hand of Bananas...YUM



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Project Leader

Beverly Stone

Brooks, Maine United States

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