The Swinga Women's Group is a group of 150 small-scale farmers residing in the Swinga region of the Bidi Bidi Refugee Settlement. Originally from South Sudan, renewed fighting forced them from their homes in Kajo Keji in 2019. These women are responsible for the food security of over 1,000 people.
This is where we will tell the story of one of the members of the group. Where they come from, their family, etc. What some of their challenges are. Basically a way to get to know some of the people that are being served.
Same thing here. A short interview with one of the group members so that the sponsor can get to know the people they are helping.
After having success with their first dryer we delivered an additional large dryer to Swinga so the women could increase their output.
25 women came to the PI compound to work on the demonstration farm and train in best agronomic practices. They stayed at the compound for 1 ...
Paul delivered one medium Sparky Dryer with wheels to Swings along with storage buckets, plastic packaging and marketing stickers.
30 women from the group attended 4 days of food dehydration training at the PI compound. The women were given a practical exam on the final ...