Help Build Kaduk Organic Community Farm
Hello Everyone! I have made a great friend in Kenya through a permaculture group on Facebook. I have watched David build a small farm over the past year or so, and have recently began doing video chats showing each other our farms and talking about all things permaculture. I found out David is building this as a community center for food stability for his neighborhood, with his long-term goal to provide food and shelter for the many orphans in his community.
His area of Kenya has been devastated by climate change as well as the HIV/AIDS virus, and with little support the community has struggled to over come it. He has cheerfully, and enthusiastically taken up the charge to build resilience in his community through permaculture farm production, free hands on classes for the kids and has plans to build an orphanage. I have been offering small donations for seeds, tools and basics, but as we both have been talking and planning, I realize my family alone cannot meet all the needs for these plans. However, I know as a community we can certainly help him attain these goals, as many of the items he needs are small, but many! We plan to visit him in the future to help with his project, but want to start helping now! His needs are primarily for a new rabbit hutch, chicken coop (and chickens), seeds, tree starts, tools, water transportation (especially as he plants more crops and trees) as he currently carries jugs of water from a well a few kilometers down the road.
If you want to make a direct, HUGE impact , a donation in the amount a family spends on a dinner and drinks out can purchase a donkey for pulling a water cart (100$). As we have watched, small injections of cash have instantly jumpstarted his project, as his biggest barrier is lack of funds. Lets back this amazing guy and show him the love and great blessings we can send him and these children as they build a strong community. Please give today! The next phase of the project will be for a water well and materials for the orphanage, but lets get him going for the food basics now! The planting season begins the first week of October, so lets hit this goal by then so he can get crops in the ground!! Thank you, blessings to you all!
Here is the link for David's Kaduk Organic Community Farm Project:
And you can also find him on Facebook.
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