Sister's Outreach against COVID-19 in Kenya

Project Leader:

Sister Mackline Adema



The Sisters of Mary of Kakamega operate Chebukaka Farm. The Sisters were founded in 1932 to spread the Good News and foster education of African women so as to uplift their standard of living in a world. From five Sisters in that first year, there are now 400 Sisters working in Kenya, as well as Tanzania, Uganda, and South Sudan, and, more recently, in the United States. The greatest need now due to COVID-19 is support to run the farm – including fuel for the tractor, salaries for the workers, and agriculture inputs due to scarcity of their supply and the high demand for them (commercial feeds, fertilizers and seeds for planting). Funds will be used to purchase scarce farm inputs, pay workers and increase hiring workers, providing support for local families in that way, and provide food for families most affected by the pandemic.

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$8,660

of $15,000 raised



Anonymous donated $100.

Paula donated $50.

Anonymous donated $500.

Anonymous donated $50.

Hugh donated $50.

Gerard donated $50.

Anonymous donated $50.

Anonymous donated $100.

Mark donated $50.

Robert donated $50.

Anna donated $50.

Kelli donated $25.

Anonymous donated $10.

Mark donated $50.

What your donation can do!

  • $20 helps with feed and fertilizer
  • $50 provides salary for farm workers
  • $150 brings food to villagers around the farm


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Production of vegetables to provide vitamins to the humble growing population



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