This 5-acre land produces spinach, kale, cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, and beetroot. Vegetables are provided to Nyumbani children and youth, and also sold in a nearby organic farmers market. The farm is home to several livestock!
We go beyond simply providing a bed for a child. In each of the cottages is a surrogate family, with 14 children and a house parent, who serves as a positive role model to help raise confident, happy children within native cultural traditions.
While Mark James rests up after a long day of walking for Nyumbani, we would like to take a moment to share today’s highlights from the kick-off for Mark’s 3-day, 162km Walk. Thank you to John Kitui, Nyumbani Village graduate and photographer, for supplying us with some great shots.
If you visit Nyumbani Village you will know within minutes just how critically needed water is…to the children, the food crops, the farm animals and Nyumbani’s sustainability project, called Trees 4 Children (a project funded entirely by our dear friends at Make a Mark Foundation). Today, two of the five much-needed water pans (also known […]