Bread and Water for Africa

Rating: 5 stars   24 reviews


8301 Richmond Highway Suite 300 Alexandria VA 22309 USA


Bread and Water for Africa provides funding to African grassroots initatives community-based organizations and leaders addressing critical needs such as the impacts of HIV/AIDS, orphan care, vocational and education training, water and sanitation, and access to healthcare services and information.Countries served include, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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Rating: 5 stars  

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BWA helped through Baraka Farm more then 1000 small holder farmers over the past years. Many thousands farmers from the East African region visited and over 250 farmers have been trained during a weeks stay at Baraka Farm in the past 2 years.

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The Baraka Farm supports not only the Lewa Children's Home but it has been an example to thousands of farmers over the years who have copied its ideas of climate change preparedness like rainwater harvesting, improving crop yield through improved soil fertility. I would continue to support Baraka Farm for them to be able to keep on being an example in sustainable farming and helping the Children of the Lewa Children's Home (orphanage)

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Bread and Water for Africa empowers women in African communities which will definitly help enrich the lives of those people!

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