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Goats

Providing a low-maintenance, self-perpetuating source of income to 3,500+ widowed and single-parent families.

In a remote area of great need, JENGA has funded and implemented a tried and tested goat project to effectively lift people out of poverty.

Orphans and widows in mountain communities often encounter the greatest financial hardships, and a goat-rearing project is a highly sustainable way of supporting them. A female goat of breeding age is vaccinated and given to previously identified people who have been adequately trained in how to properly care for their new goat. These goats provide income through their future offspring for further breeding and the meat that they are able to provide.

The model used is highly replicable and the sustainability of this project is ensured by returning the first born kid of each goat back to the project so it can be given away again to another family in need.

Farida’s Story

Farida’s family has seven members. For a long time, they had struggled financially and had not been in a position to provide school fees or clothing for their children. There were many other family needs that were not being met and in the best of circumstances, Farida and her family had been surviving on one meal a day. The only income they had came through small occasional jobs in neighbours’ gardens, such as planting, digging, for a small income, and these opportunities had been very hard to find.

Having seen how much Farida and her family had been struggling, JENGA gave her a cross bred goat that has brought a lot of hope to the family. In fact, they consider their goat to be a “treasure”. So far the goat has produced 6 kids. They have been selling these one by one to pay school fees for the children as well as other family needs.