In 2012, to help families and children become self-sufficient, we have started a project that will supply students at the school with livestock (chickens, piglets, or goats). These animals not only become a source of food, but also provide income generating opportunities to the students and their families through the breeding and the sale of offspring or, in the case of chickens, the sale of eggs. As well, the children are taught how to take care of these animals providing them with valuable life skills.


To support this project, please see our Wish List Catalogue and make a donation.


Since 2017, coffee and ginger plants are being grown to raise income for the school. Staff and students pictured here working together.