Thank you for your continued support as your support is helping many families to cope with changing climate and related disasters.
The main challenge currently being experienced is over reliance on food aid and most families don’t believe they have the capacity to grow their own gardens. Lack of sufficient water is another major fallback with the kitchen gardens. Despite all this hurdles we hope to raise $300 to help 1 family to start kitchen garden on pilot basis. The amount raised will be used to train the household on kitchen gardening; provide seeds; ploughing equipments, fertilizers and water tank. We hope to train 10 households in 10 villages and they will replicate the same in 10 households. The ultimate target is to reach 100 households and we cannot do it without your support.
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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.
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