100 Humanitarians International Monthly Update
BOMET, KENYA – COMMUNITY DIRECTOR – ANITA BYEGON
Garden Towers – USANA
Since the beginning of the year 2020, we have built 120 garden towers for 60 families and currently working on 40 garden towers for 20 families. This means a total of 80 families will have garden towers for vegetables supplements for their families. About 80% of families are already eating vegetables from the garden towers and able to sell the surplus to provide them with other family needs.
16 Families have received 6 chickens each which totals to 96 chickens provided to the families so far.
Days for Girls
This year 2020, we have provided Complete supreme Kits to 100 girls and 70 PODS. A total of 170 girls have received Days for Girls Kits.
Students Trainee Update- Ndee and Mercy
We were to train Ndee and Mercy on various projects that we are working on in Bomet. Poultry management, Ndee was able to learn first hand how to take care of 1 day old chicks, from general poultry management aspects, feeding, Biosecurity aspects.Ndee also was able to learn Garden tower building. She managed to build about 5 family garden towers with the Garden team and learn step by step on how to do the same. Ndee was also able to learn on Sewing skills. She managed to learn general sewing skills and she can now comfortably sew a dress.
DAYS FOR GIRLS – WOMEN’S DIRECTOR – CHRISTINE KHAMASI
655 Kits donated so far this year to girls in Maasai Mara, Samburu, and Mombasa
NKARETA, KENYA – COMMUNITY DIRECTOR – JACOB LOSIKANY
Chicken, Goats, and Cows
There are now 66 chickens (from the original 50) including 16 chicks that have been hatched. Thanks to Hope the Super Goat, we have 20 goats! There are now 6 cows. Our three cows have given birth.
The washrooms have been plastered. The tiles and plumbing work remains.
Student Trainee Update – Fred
Fred did well, and attended his training objectively. He has demonstrated to be a fast learner. He left to go back to the Mara, but will be returning.
Family Chicken Project
The families are doing well and are constructing coops so that they can get the chickens. 18 families have received the chickens so far out of 30.
CULTURAL CENTRE GUEST HOUSE – MOSES
The first coat paint is being applied, by the end of the week we will be done with that. What will remain is the
2. Installation of showers and toilets.
3. 9 wooden doors, for the kitchen, bedrooms and the four washrooms.
4. Glass fitting for the windows.
Then we are done. What will remain will be interior decor and furnishing