Aweke Farmers

Food for the community in Kenya

"My goal is to make products that help my community," is how entrepreneur Judy Kageni explains her project. "Aweke Farmers" is about livestock and cow milk production. Fighting the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, Judy wants to use the WIDU funding to contribute to the food supply of dairy products for her community. In the future, she plans to buy additional livestock such as pigs and chickens. Thanks to WIDU, she has not only been able to buy two cows, but also to hire two employees.

Created jobs: 2

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