Over 500 women in Soweto slums in Nairobi, due to challenges associated, lack of skills with HIV/AIDS, poverty have been relegated to life of deprivation thus resorting to begging and other risky behaviors such as prostitution which are likely increase HIV/AIDS cases in the area
We will provide Poultry Husbandry and Entrepreneurial skills, on successful graduation the graduates will be offered with egg incubators to set up a poultry rearing business.
The project will provide 200 disadvantaged women an opportunity, to cater for their family needs thus reduce poverty in the the 200 households
NETWORK FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
MWANGAZA RD, NAIROBI - Kenya
Project Leader: moses maragia