Abraham and Sharon are project coordinators for the K-5 Village Project in Kawiya Village, Homa Bay, Kenya. They have been working diligently to end poverty through organic farming and agroforestry and enrich the lives of their community. They not only teach but help to provide people, including many orphans, with clothing, food, shoes, learning materials and other essential items. The group was founded by five young permaculture farmers from Kowuor Village in December 2014. They're really doing amazing work and their compassion and determination is almost overwhelming.
They are always giving back to the community in so many ways. They teach, work with, eat with and celebrate with these children. You can see the light that they've added to their lives. They can always use more support to keep spreading this kind of love and hope for the future. It doesn't take a lot to help make a difference. Ten dollars can provide an entire group of children with crayons. Twenty dollars worth of seeds can provide crops for an entire village. We may take these things for granted, but they do not. They're moving mountains and with a little help, I imagine they'll do even bigger things.
Their Mission Statement:
To end poverty, illiteracy and also to create new innovative ideas of farming technology that can help to increase our economic activities in our surrounding communities to promote the sustainable development, through permaculture, organic farming and new technology on sustainable farming & agriculture
Even if you cannot donate at the moment, please take just a second to share their beautiful story. It's worth it.
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