Since 2018, the Valter Baldaccini Foundation has been committed to fighting inequality and improving the lives of twenty, very poor women living in Kenya through work, made possible thanks to the socio-educational project Mutanu: the pink garden and the unceasing commitment of Sister Federica.
Among the women that the Foundation is able to support is Nanci, who, thanks to the support of many donors, has been working in the greenhouse since the beginning of the project, growing products for sale at the local market.
“My name is Nanci, I am 25 years old and have 2 children - she tells us - I live near Kathonzweni and together with other women in the greenhouse we grow onions, tomatoes, salads, sukuma and dania”. Sukuma is a kind of salad typical of Kenya and dania are plants whose fruits are used as spices.
"In addition to the vegetable garden, I am happy to have the milk from the goats we raise. This allows me to support my family. Thanks to this job, in fact, I have a small income with which I can send my children to school ”explains Nanci.
In the coming months, Nanci and her companions will take two more important steps: they will begin a course to deepen cultivation techniques and one dedicated to microcredit. This will allow them to become more and more autonomous and support their family.
Support Nanci and the women of Mutanu with the pink garden. Give them a real opportunity to become independent. Only with your help will they have the opportunity to build a better future.
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