The project will empower 225 families affected by HIV/AIDS in Molo district, Kenya, by enabling them to produce nutritionally balanced food, which will improve their health as well as their financial state.
While most Kenyan families face poverty and hunger, those affected by HIV/AIDS are especially at risk. They have the additional responsibility of taking care and feeding the infected person(s) who require even more nutritional attention. Network for Ecofarming in Africa will equip 225 critically affected families in Molo district, Kenya, with skills and materials to enable them to produce balanced and nutritious food, and earn extra income
We will provide materials (seeds, fertilizers, tools, livestock) plus training on sustainable agriculture (indigenous crops, small livestock farming, food preservation) and basic business skills like bookkeeping.
Helped out of the vicious circle, 225 families become self-sufficient with recovered dignity. Income generated in first year provides inputs for next season. They will share knowledge and skills acquired to their children and other community members.
This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Excel file (projdoc.xls).
Kenya Nutrition and HIV/AIDS Strategy 2007-2010
National AIDS Control Council: a call to action
Report socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS in Kenya