Most small-scale farmers rear goats either for sentimental reasons or to provide meat for their families. They rarely consider the practice a commercial venture. Yet goats can be a good source of milk for families as well as a source of revenue. The Ngeno Charity was formed in May 2012 and operates in the remote villages of Kenya where there is extreme poverty. The farmers do not have the financials, knowledge or skills to start off and make them a little more financially stable. Each dairy goat costs about Sh 25,000. Each goat produces an average of two to three litres of milk a day, which they sell at Sh70 a litre. This translates to about Sh150 a day a goat. (Exchange Rate SH 1000 = 11 US Dollars / Ð 75,000 ). The charity would be highly obliged if we can receive a donation of Ð 2,000,000 which will allow us to purchase and fund more goat donations to poor farmers in Kenya. Each Ð 2,000,000 will allow us to fund one goat and also allow us to provide the skills and training to a farmer.
I can confirm that Ngeno Charity is operational in the Nakuru County of Kenya. They have till date sponsored 63 goats (as on 1st Feb 2015). Their current source of funds are donations from the local population in Naivasha as well as tourists who visit the place. The Charity is operated by unpaid volunteers and 100% of the fund received are used for the operation of this charity.
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