Seven bags of maize (totalling about 500 kgs) have just been harvested, and are ready for sale. Every achievement is another step toward sustainability!Continue Reading... No Comments.
The farm continues to attract great wildlife!Continue Reading... No Comments.
The ground at Kyanyawara School is being prepared for a musizi seeds (maezopziz) nursery.Continue Reading... No Comments.
The farm has a new 10,000 litre water for the new chicken house rooms. The workers are just waiting for the cement to dry and the PVC pipes to be put in place before final installation. Thanks to The Marr-Munning Trust’s ‘Joan Honour Tribute Fund’ for generously funding this tank.Continue Reading... No Comments.
This brick construction is a new quarantine house for any chickens that might get sick. It’s nearly finished!Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
One of the girls from Kasiisi, Anita, has won a scholarship to go to secondary school. There were only two on offer, so she’s done brilliantly. Congratulations to her, and thanks to all who have supported our charity and made this possible! You can see an interview with her – in which she talks about […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Head to the Ravencrest Books UK blog to read an update about all the goings-on in KasiisiContinue Reading... No Comments.
The Biggleswade Chronicle ran a front-page article on our success in reaching our Phase 1 fundraising target of £100,000. You can read the story online on the Biggleswade Today websiteContinue Reading... No Comments.
We’re thrilled to have an article on Kasiisi published in the Carnegie Council’s online magazine, Policy Innovations. Head to their website to read the story behind the creation of the Kasiisi Porridge Project, as told by a visiting American doctor. Read more on Policy Innovations’ websiteContinue Reading... No Comments.
Crested cranes are nesting on our farm. We’re thrilled to have these magnificent birds (and indeed omen) and look forward to many crane chicks! hello re nesting on our farm. We’re thrilled to have these magnificent birds (and indeed omen) and loore nesting on our farm. We’re thrilled to have these magnificent birds (and indeed […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
February 2012 The chickens are becoming hens!Continue Reading... No Comments.
We reached our target in three months: £1000 was donated to our Text A Chicken Appeal which closed at Christmas. With the target reached, the chicks arrived at Kasiisi School Farm on Boxing Day. Will they be laying by Easter? Come back and see…Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Kasiisi Porridge Project wishes to thank all our friends for their support throughout 2011. A very happy new year to everyone!Continue Reading... No Comments.