The shamba is supplementing the kitchen budget and also allows the children to undertake different farming activities which include cultivating vegetables, rearing rabbits, layers and indigenous chickens, and guinea pigs. In the year 2004, the project bought a shamba in Kikambala to do the same activities and more so, to relocate the project there as there is enough room.

AmandaTeaching men how to fish, not just providing the fish


The Grandsons of Abraham staff have received in-service training to better the performance of the different staff have received training including Management of Street children projects- personnel, accounts, proposal writing, child rights, local fundraising, TOT drug management, street management.

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