Preventing Malnutrition Among Women and Children

by Brothers Self Help Group

The project has trained 30 women on land preparation, seed selection, value addition chain, marketing and distribution. We have empowered them with certified cassava stems for planting. The project has processed 210 kgs of value added flour that has been distributed to the children, widows and vulnerable members of the community. Skills acquired through training include enterpreneural e.g marketing and advertisement. 30 women have initiated their own micro enterprise and are able to feed 30 households and raise income for their families.


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Brothers Self Help Group

Project Leader:
Vincent Atitwa
Mumias, Kenya

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