Food and daily supply-needs for the 63 children at the Kithoka Amani Children’s Home (KACH) in October 2020, during Kenya’s first lockdown.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have housed 63 children since March 2020.
From the donations through iMPACT direct we bought food, toiletries, and other supplies for the kids at KACH. Below are photographs showing the food and supplies we bought to feed and take care of the children in the month of October (2020).
Outcome report Feb’22 | Changes observed
The food project highlighted the deeper food insecurity in the community – so much that my own kids saw the need and asked me whether they could share the food with some very needy families in the community.
Actions still need to undertake
Work with the community to create their own food forests by carrying out training programmes. The first phase will involve creating a demonstration site; and phase two will be carrying out trainings with the community members and school children.
Other stakeholders can play their part too. The government needs to give the right information to people so that can move from food security to food sovereignty. Community members need information that will enable them to make informed decisions regarding the care of their farms so that they use organics ways of producing their food; considering there is a high incidence of cancer in Meru County due to excessive use of chemicals in their food production chain. These chemicals end up in our foods and water.
This is to say THANK YOU SO MUCH for the donation of Euros 265 that you generously donated towards our food and daily supplies needs at the Kithoka Amani Children’s Home (KACH) in October 2020. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have housed 63 children since March 2020. Since 2009, KACH home has supported over 2,000 orphans.