On a competitive basis, the Network provides livestock to 12-14 year olds who pass national primary leaving examination and are moving on to secondary school education.  Examples include but are not limited to goats and pigs. This helps children invest in animal rearing to finance their scholastic needs for the next 4 years. The families make a living by selling

  • goat milk
  • goat meat
  • live kids and goats
  • piglets
  • pork
  • ..... and other farm animals they might have

Similar competitive incentives are expected using a pig when a student passes O-level exams and a cow when a student passes A-level exams. The setup also greatly improves the family's health and nutrition.

We make a difference

One project at a time 
One family at a time
One child at a time
One step at a time

We collaborate with recipients and provide technical assistance to help them attain self-sufficiency 

The Livestock Project

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