Achieving Resiliency by Empower Women through Agriculture
Africa is dominated by family farming, which relies mainly on family labor, comprised mostly of women. Food insecurity still remains an essentially rural phenomenon. It affects the rural world more than cities, because over 70 percent of the population depends on agriculture for their livelihoods, and the people producing food often do not make enough to feed their families due to the lack of adequate access to means of production (land, manure, tools, and improved seeds), and rural communities are poorer and struggle to buy food.
Orphans are very lonely in their hearth, they may be surrounded by people, but ultimately they feel abandoned in this world by their parents. They have been received in orphanages for some, but not for others. Our Goal is to be father to these fatherless Children, A hope in a future where there seems to be none, a reason to smile.
Feeding the “Ruekass”; Children of the Street is our purpose. It is time to bring attention to this phenomenon and provide a organization where volunteer can become directly involved in the preparation and feeding of the less fortunate in the street of our cities.
Visit The Imprisoned
Prisoners have committed mistakes and have been deprived from any freedom. Most of them don’t receive any visit, and can barely feed themselves properly. While incarcerated, prisoner’s food is mostly composed of boil corn and beans, every day of the year