Promote Eco-Friendly Farming in Kenya.

by Brothers Self Help Group


Help to educate 500 young farmer scholars mutually developing technologies for sustainable Eco-friendly farming for improved livelihood and increase household income.
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Over 70 per cent of the young marginalized farmers in the resource dense western Kenya,where poverty rates highest irrespective of strong prevailing community peace,marginalization,starvation,chronic malnutrition and illiteracy are still on the raise.No legal established energy policy on fuel wood.Through access to trainings and seed capital help from Bshg younger farmers are able to develop new farming technologies while protecting environment,create green decent jobs , managing water& soils.


Bshg will provide trainings and seed capital in 5 farming methods namely Agro-forestry,organic,mixed farming,conservation and Emerging farming considering ecological issues,gender equity,health and nutrition.To allow community to protect environment.

Long-Term Impact

The whole community will have an improved climate and less effects of global warming due to advocacy at micro&macro -level.we shall have a better improved nutrition,self sufficient of families from jobs,improved health and expanded flora and fauna.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).


Brothers self help group on facebook page.
Project manager posting on twitter ,vincetatitwa
Beatrice Nasuluthi on you tube being a beneficiary
vincent atitwa chairman on facebook.

Organization Information

Brothers Self Help Group

Project Leader:
Vincent Atitwa
Nairobi, kenya Kenya

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