AGRICULTURE 2017-05-22T01:30:59+00:00

Project Description


While agriculture is a mainstay of the Kenyan economy, droughts as well has the high cost of food have left many Kenyans unable to properly feed themselves. It’s believed that roughly 10 million people—about a quarter of the population—are food insecure, according to the Food Security Portal.  More than 40 per cent of Africans do not have the ability to obtain sufficient food on a daily basis   For African farmers, conventional fertilizers cost two to six times more than the world market price

Our strategy is to :

  • Bring immediate food to those in need. At the same time look at solutions to grow their own food. This could include, but not limited to:
  • Irrigated school and community farms
  • Medicinal gardens
  • School environment clubs
  • Agriculture training and seed distribution programs
  • School nutrition programs
Farmers Supported
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