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Women training workshop on food security and land preparation 17th April to 20st April 2017

April 29, 2017

SEMINAR

CIFORD Kenya organized a five-day training workshop on seeds selection and land preparation which was held at CIFORD center at Lailuba. 513 women were trained on the importance of proper seed selection and various methods of land preparation. Each day we hosted different groups and taught them different methods of land preparation

Group which participated

Muthara guardian

Mwera-muthanga

Baraka

Tharichia

Inua maisha

Mucii-mutune

Maitha

Muteithia luuma

Mwirechia

Mwirechia

Kamanoro mwiteithia

Buuri wendo

Akaiya

Mwichuiri

Kauria

Riverside

Athuana

Mwero-oboo

Kamanoro mwichuiri

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1 Comment

  1. Margaret Nyungwe

    Hello Margaret,
    You are doing a great job. Those individuals trained will pass on the knowledge to future generations, leading to permanent change.

    That is what Africa needs.

    Thumbs up.

    Reply

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Rays of Hope

Rays of Hope

Julia Kauria is a member of Kailakai Self help group in Kianjai ward, She is a beneficiary of CIFORD training program which is aimed at sustainable agriculture for food security. Julia has a garden and the joy in a whole family can be expressed in their faces.

TRACES OF HOPE THROUGH SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

TRACES OF HOPE THROUGH SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

Ann Mwari, a proud mother of six in her late 30s from Cheranga Village, Tigania West Constituency in Meru County. She is a member of Cheranga women self-help group. Her commitment, dedication and passion to unleash her potential through their group is quiet promising. Her journey started 2 years ago when she made a bold move to join colleague women in order to work together by bettering one another.