Current Hunger Zero Africa Projects
In cooperation with BarnabasFund, food distributions are carried out in semi-desert and desert area in the central part of the country. More than 1,400 families will receive 50kg sack of rice, and 100kg sack of millet or sorghum(approximately 2-3 months worth of food for a family of 6) each in the most affected communities.
Meal programs for 110 school children in Rumbek region of South Sudan is carried out. Parents of these children receive instruction on how to prepare nutritious meals for their children. Agricultural programs that allows for the villagers to provide sufficient meals for their family is to be provided.
In Seke region, located 25 km away from the capital, Harare, one pack of eggs is provided to each of 100 AIDS orphans to supplement nutrition.
This project provides support (financial and know-how) for poor women in the community of Chipulusuku to start a small scale business in order to increase their income. The goal is for them to be able to earn enough to send their children to school and eat at least twice a day. Carried out concurrently with this project is the support for the education of children in Chipulusuku community.
This project provide stationery, uniform, books, and tuition for their schooling.