Thank you very much for your generous support to our initiative feeding children who are starving and lack the needed resources. Most of them are children of small farmers who have difficulty in producing harvest from their farm due to climate change and the changing weather conditions making it difficult to time the growing of food. In the past this phenomenon is not usual but it is occurring in great degree at this time. One of our solutions is to train farmers to grow climate-resilient root crops like sweet potato and cassava. Root crops can also withstand changes in weather conditions. We also train farmers to grow short-gestating vegetables which they can harvest in a few months. This reporting period we were able to conduct 1 training session as well as to provide seeds and organic fertilizer to 25 young farmers. Hoping for your continuing support. Thank you very much.
Thank you very much for your continuing support to our initiative feeding starving children. While we focus our effort to developing projects that are sustainable and will provide children and their families with food supply we try also to provide for immediate needs by supplying rice, noodles, milk and other food. There is a delicate balance always on how to do this in order not to promote dependency and so we continue to conduct assessment and review of the needs of the barrios. We select as usual barrios that are remote and that are considered poor in the communities. This reporting period we expanded our effort to focus on additional 2-3 barrios as areas for our assistance. We shall bring also on the new barrios our water, sanitation and local livelihood implementation. Hoping for your continuing support.
Warmest greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our initiative feeding starving children. We are gearing-up for increased work this year as more and more children are getting hungry. The main reason is that agriculture production is low and food is scarce especially among farming families. We are promoting the growing of vegetables and other food crops like legumes and root crops in order to augment the food reserves of poor families. Meanwhile during this period we distributed food to children in our project areas. We were able to help 220 children in this manner. Aside from food we included in our distribution hygiene kits and vegetable seeds that their parents can grow. Again thank you very much for your kindness and hoping that you will continue to assist us.
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