By Cassandra Jones - Communications and Development Associate
Victor the Calf
Desire Farm staff welcomed a newborn calf named Victor last week. The staff named him Victor to honor the Victors Film created earlier this year. As Victor grows, he will be used to teach the community how to properly care for a calf and other cow essentials. Since creating the Desire Farm, it’s become a beacon of hope for YOUR community. The Desire Farm is so important because it allows children, grandmothers, and local farmers to go there and learn farming techniques. Many grandmothers use the Desire Farm to learn how to grow food for their families and businesses.
Can you imagine going to school hungry because your family can’t afford food? This was an unfortunate situation for many families in your community that resulted in students going to school hungry. Until the Desire Farm! Your farm provides food for more than 600 orphaned and vulnerable children who attend Nyaka Schools.
Thank you for feeding students and educating the community!
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