Mutanu: the pink garden is the Valter Baldaccini Foundation’s social-work inclusion project which, for almost six years, has been giving a concrete opportunity for redemption, dignity, and autonomy to a group of women in Kenya.
Sister Federica Zoia, who is our local contact person for this project, passionately described its importance to us a few days ago when we interviewed her during a special episode of the radio program "Women of Impact".
Today our dream is that this project will become even bigger by expanding vegetable cultivation, breeding chicken and goats, and equipping each woman with a dairy cow. Having a cow is a very important and certain source of livelihood thanks to the production of milk and the sale of calves.
But we cannot achieve this goal without you!
Each cow costs €120 and buying 22 of them is a difficult goal to achieve, but together we can do it.
Donate a cow to the women of Mutanu, a small gesture is enough to change the lives of these women.
Thank you with all my heart.
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