Health stations are often the only nearby source of essential health care for sick children and families. Your gift could help restock a health station with desperately needed medicines, medical supplies, personal protective equipment and other necessities to ensure that children and families have access to the care and resources they need to stay healthy.
In Kenya, food packs typically contain 24kg of maize, which is a staple food used in many dishes. It also includes 10kg of nutritious beans, peas or lentils and 2L of oil for cooking. In addition to food, vulnerable families also receive clean water, soap and other basic necessities.
Keep children safe and healthy. Handwashing can slow the spread of infectious diseases and make the world of difference to the wellbeing of children. But many communities lack access to clean water or soap for washing.
Keep nutritious and delicious gardens growing. Your gift of fruit trees and vegetable seeds is needed now more than ever. You’ll help provide a lasting source of nutrition and income for families. This is a tremendous way to keep positive change growing for children in need.
Goats are one of the very best ways to help children and families in need. Your gift could provide fresh milk, yoghurt and more for children. And parents can sell the surplus dairy products for much-needed income.
The gift of chickens could make a lasting impact for families and children. Raising their own chickens means that families have eggs for nutrition and extra income for other needs like their children’s education and health care. Even the chicken manure is valued as a terrific fertiliser for crops.