Taita Hills, Value Addition Training. Unlike other group projects that have been community driven, the Taita project was unique in that it came about as a result of research findings. The aim was to address the need for additional income for household commodities and payment of school fees. The study on climate and land use identified beekeeping as a potential source of household income. It was taken by Rebecca Newman, from Helsinki University, in collaboration with the University of York, the Nairobi-based International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland.
Taita Hills, Value Addition Training
The Mothers’ Union of the Anglican Church of Kenya (MUACK) is a ladies fellowship affiliated with St. Andrews Nanyuki Parish in Nanyuki town, Laikipia County, Kenya. They actively participate in a number of activities, from motherhood mentorship, and development projects.
, MUACK operates a welfare department that provides support to its members. Started in 2009 with ten mothers, the welfare group has now grown to include 24 dedicated members engaging in group activities.
MUACK operate a welfare department to support it's members. What started in 2009 with 10 mothers, has now grown to 24 dedicated members. This led to the opening of a separate entity called 'Joy Mothers Self Help Group,' which has ventured into beekeeping.
The Mothers’ Union of the Anglican Church of Kenya (MUACK)