Lifesong Kenya is working on becoming self-reliant. Not only will this sustain our programs, we’ll also be able to create jobs. As a result, our sustainability plan will produce food for our halfway house and create employment.
By doing this, we will have the capacity to run consistent programs and reach more male youth in our after-school, restorative justice and transitional housing programs.
It is important for us to grow our food, create jobs and generate income. Our projects will equip male youth with valuable skills so they can become resilient. But, in order to actualize this, we need your support.
Because youth who are in conflict with the law lack opportunities, our approach seek to address this. Our desire is to grow our own food from farming, rabbit keeping, goat rearing and produce surplus that can be sold in the local market. Here are our projects.
Because food requires a lot of funding and resources, our sustainability plan seeks to address this. Our desire is to meet the needs of the Halfway House by offering hands-on skills training and earning income that can be channeled back into our programs and activities. Here’s our wish list.
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