In a heartwarming gesture of support for the local community, Hon. Mark Kitute Ndingo, a Member of the County Assembly (MCA) representing Yatta / Vonza in Kitui County, extended a helping hand to Kathome farmers by donating two goats.
This benevolent act not only demonstrates Hon. Ndingo’s commitment to uplifting the lives of his constituents but also marks the launch of an ambitious goat farming project in collaboration with the nonprofit organization, CorpsAfrica.
On a sunny Thursday afternoon, the residents of Kathome gathered to witness the launch of the goat farming project, which promises to be a game-changer for the local community. Hon. Mark Kitute Ndingo, a well-known and popular figure in the region, addressed the excited crowd and highlighted the importance of sustainable farming practices in enhancing the livelihoods of the people of Vonza.
The support from Hon. Ndingo goes beyond the mere donation of two goats; it signifies a long-term partnership aimed at improving the economic prospects of the Kathome farmers, the TCD digital reports.
The partnership with CorpsAfrica, a respected NGO, will provide invaluable training to the farmers on goat rearing techniques and other critical farming inputs. This comprehensive support will empower the farmers with the knowledge and tools needed to succeed in the challenging yet rewarding field of agriculture.
Goat farming is a significant agricultural activity in many parts of Kitui County, and it holds the promise of substantial income generation and food security for the residents of Kathome. Goats are known for their adaptability to local conditions and their ability to thrive in semi-arid regions, making them an ideal choice for sustainable farming in this area.
CorpsAfrica, with its wealth of experience in community development projects, is well-equipped to provide the necessary training and guidance to the farmers. By offering expertise in goat rearing, as well as essential farming inputs, the organization will contribute to building a self-sufficient and prosperous community in Kathome.
The generous support from Hon. Mark Kitute Ndingo and the collaboration with CorpsAfrica exemplify the spirit of community development and the power of public-private partnerships. The initiative not only aims to create economic opportunities for the people of Vonza but also to create a more self-reliant and resilient community, capable of facing the challenges of the future.
As this exciting goat farming project takes off, it will undoubtedly become a beacon of hope for the Kathome farmers and a model for sustainable development in Kitui County. With Hon. Ndingo’s vision and CorpsAfrica’s expertise, the future looks promising for the farmers of Kathome.