The Traditional Birth Attendants training project has provided comprehensive training, birth supplies, HIV counseling and family planning to the women in Kenya who assist in the majority of the country’s births. The villages where we have done trainings have reported a drastically reduced number of maternal and infant deaths. Danielle is studying to be certified as a midwife in the United States and will not be able to do the traveling she has done in the past until she reaches her goal. Once she does, we hope to bring this training program to more communities in Kenya and around the world.
The Kaswanga farm is a collective farming project that was started in 2010 in the village of Kaswanga on Rusinga Island in western Kenya. In 2017 the farm consisted of around 14 acres of land that fed over 120 families. The farm project has been turned over to the community of Kaswanga and there are no plans to expand this project. This project was very rewarding.
Check out our our blog and Facebook page for pictures of our projects. We are not starting any new projects at this time, but we hope to bring our talents and resources to communities in Kenya and around the world in the future.
At this time there are no active projects. If you wish to donate to our cause, we hope to bring training through the Traditional Birth Attendant program to more communities in Kenya and perhaps other struggling countries once Danielle has completed her certification here in the United States.