Encouraging better farming and fishing practices amongst community groups; such as installing communal fish pools.
In Siaya and Bungoma people live on less than $1.25 a day. This isn’t anywhere near enough. Together with Ace Africa, we’re giving families the tools to feed their communities. By teaching them how to set up and maintain resources like fishponds, the villagers have better food and more of it. Enough fish to make sure their families never go hungry, plus some extra profit. The Haller Foundation worked hard to make sure the ponds fit naturally with the landscape of Siaya and Bungoma. In Mombasa, they’re also making sure land can be farmed sustainably for families to live off for years to come. So far, the project has measured improvements in fish yields and improved food security in 320 households.
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