Education and Child Welfare
Providing 80 students ages 3-6 with pre-primary education, psychosocial support, and two hot, nutritious meals a day.
Providing 30 students age 7 and up with remedial numeracy and literacy classes to get back into the formal education system.
Equipping 20 caregivers and youth ages 15 and up in basic functional literacy and numeracy. These classes are supported by the Ministry of Education.
For students at nearby primary and secondary schools. Students come for homework supervision, life skills, books for check out, and youth empowerment camps to build confidence and life skills.
Food and Nourishment
- Serving hot, nutritious meals to over 150 orphans and vulnerable children in the community, 5-6 days per week
- Ensuring the nutritional value of meals by incorporating organically-grown vegetables harvested from our on-site community garden (2kg harvested daily)
- Producing organically-grown vegetables through raised bed and aquaponics systems
- Increasing food access and income of community through garden trainings and practicums
- Achieving environmental sustainability through grey water reuse and rainwater collection
Community trainings covering various topics such as gardening, children’s rights, computer skills, and business and financial literacy.
Meeting the needs of the community through selling of goods and services to increase the financial sustainability of the organization. Social enterprise programs include:
- Providing day care support for children 3 years and younger
- Selling solar lights to increase access to power in the community
- Raising chickens and growing vegetables to improve access to nutrition