June 2017

$450 / Dairy Cow

Raised: $1,000 Goal: $2,000



Farm Management

Agriculture – Food Production – Nutrition are all at the heart of the work of CES Canada in Kenya. Each CES school is involved in feeding students on a daily basis. Tea breaks and a daily hot meal for 220 students at day schools is increased to a full feeding program for 80 additional students at boarding schools. CES seeks to improve nutrition through the creation of farms, market gardens, poultry, fish farms and dairy producing animals. Schools sell excess food in the local market in order to create scholarships for needy students. With the price of food increasing it is critical that schools are self sustainable in producing their own supply. The AGRI-Farm Project seeks to invest $5000 per school to create an environment where students and school community can grow, produce and access nutritional food products.

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