Project Launch: 5-10-19
Through the Seeding Self-Reliance in Dzaleka Camp project, Vijana Africa plans on installing a maize mill in the camp which will generate adequate income to buy livestock such as rabbits, pigs and turkey. The livestock will be provided to 240 women who are widowed, orphaned and those with disabilities. The women will be required to give back offsprings of the livestock to Vijana Africa, who will in turn provide these to more women in the camp. It is expected that the money generated at the maize mill and the livestock provided will improve incomes for the women allowing them to meet their day to day needs including school fees and purchase of nutritious food for their families. The plan is that the project will be self sustaining as well as have multiplier effect as more and more women will continue to benefit for many years.
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