Not so good news

Jane, a widow in Kagavu MAMAH group who received a seed project of rabbits from MAMAH lost all her project to thieves. The rabbits had multiplied, and she was becoming famous for her exotic breeds originated from Bobo Eco Farm. They were stolen due to lack of strong housing. Her son who finished Primary seven & who was so much involved with the rabbits is now frustrated! She asked MAMAH to partner with her once again to re-start her project.

 

Though the security question of her project is still a puzzle, we’re impressed by her resilient spirit & will stand with her.

Programs & Projects

  • Production of Food Supplement

    Many women are undernourished at birth, stunted...

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  • Rearing rabbits, local chicken & turkeys

    Mothers and children are trained on rearing,...

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  • Support mothers to grow mushrooms

    MAMAH trains and supports women to grow & eat...

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  • The Community-based Farmers’ Seed Insurance Fund

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  • Train mothers on conservation farming

    Mothers are trained on conservation farming...

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News & Informations

  • MAMAH CEO attends mushroom spawn production training

    Dr. Violet Gwokyalya, the CEO MAMAH undertook...

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  • MAMAH impacts her members

    Among those that received seed projects from...

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  • Ministry of Health partners with MAMAH to carry out intervention research

    The Natural Chemotherapeutic Research Institute...

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  • Not so good news

    Jane, a widow in Kagavu MAMAH group who received a seed...

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