Mutanu means joy and this is precisely the emotion evoked by the beautiful photographs that Sister Federica sent us a few days ago from Kenya. Two years ago an active humanitarian project began that is now giving work and dignity to 20 women.
Despite restrictions due to COVID, women in recent months have managed to grow mainly sukuma, a kind of green leafy vegetable typical of Kenya. Cultivation now no longer takes place only in the greenhouse, but also on the ground around the structure, where some dania have also been planted, plants whose fruits are used as spices. The breeding of goats also continues to flourish and a couple gave birth to twins this year!
Scrolling through the gallery there are the photographs sent by Sister Federica.
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