Sustainable Agriculture Project

Last year we received a concept note from the Aniga Women’s Initiative (AWI) describing a project to promote cassava and Orange Fleshed Sweet Potato (OFSP) farming and value addition to enhance resilience and adaptation to climate change among women living with HIV/AIDS. 

These crops are known to thrive in dry climates and also provide significant health benefits, notably in combating Vitamin A deficiency (VAD) in children.

As a charity Global Footsteps has worked with AWI over the last few years, and are impressed with their hard work and dedication, imaginative ideas, co-operative working, commitment to women’s issues, communication and provision of information, and  leadership. We wanted to help with this project in association with the University of Gloucestershire and as a first step engaged a local Kenyan based Consultant to finalise a proposal to bring this concept to fruition.

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COVID-19 Update

Due to the Coronavirus, we have had to unfortunately close our charity and coffee shop in line with government regulations. On the other hand, our Foodloose shop has been given the go ahead to continue operation as this is considered an essential service, therefore please do continue to shop with us.

For more information, please visit FoodLoose website.

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