Agriculture & Animal Husbandry

Working with community leaders to assess the possibility of agricultural and animal husbandry projects and finding ways to implement them.

Guatemala

AMBI Chicken Coop Project

The objective is to train family leaders, especially women, so they can start a business to improve their income. We not only want to launch a family-level business, we also want to create a co-op amongst all the participating families in order to maximize the business opportunities.

Guatemala

Guatemala Animal Husbandry Initiative​

This goal of this animal husbandry project is to design and implement family businesses for raising chickens that will empower and benefit 40 families in two communities, both economically and socially, by training and providing them with tools and skills, which will increase their self-sustainability and restore their dignity.

Guatemala

Oasis de Amor Chicken Coop Project​

This project empowers and dignifies the families of Oasis de Amor CarePoint at Taracena, Santo Domingo. Twenty mothers will be provided with skills and tools necessary for raising chickens to help them generate additional income to support their families.

Uganda

Adacar Piggery Project​

The piggery project provides 150 pigs to the guardians in the Adacar and Okibui communities, providing households with an alternative source of income besides agriculture. Pigs take a short time to mature, and will reproduce quickly, returning additional pigs to the local community in this regenerative project.

Uganda

Kaberamaido Piggery Project

The piggery project provides 143 pigs to the children at Kaberamaido CarePoint, providing households with an alternative source of income besides agriculture. Pigs take a short time to mature, and will reproduce quickly, returning additional pigs to the local community in this regenerative project.

Uganda

Ngariam Sheep Project

The sheep project is a revolving project in which beneficiaries will each receive one sheep, the sheep will breed, and the first baby sheep will be returned to the CarePoint and given to the next round of beneficiaries. This project will improve the income and livelihood for the people of Ngariam and beneficiaries will become more financially independent.

Uganda

Oditel Sheep Project

The sheep rearing project is a revolving project in which participants will each receive one sheep, the sheep will breed, and the first baby sheep will be returned to the CarePoint to be given to the next round of beneficiaries. This project will improve the income and livelihood of the people of Oditel and participants will be able to live more financially independent and self-reliant lives.

Uganda

Okocho Goat Project

As a community that depends on livestock, the goat project supports guardians by increasing household income and growing an asset-base.

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