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K5 Village Project

Ending poverty through organic agriculture and agroforestry
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K5 planting kale with drip irrigation

Because water has to be hauled three miles, using water efficiently is very important at K5 Village Project. We made a drip irrigation system with leftover materials we gathered, using buckets and hoses. We’re proud of what we accomplished!

Teaching community to reuse organic

We teach widows and farmers about organic agriculture with their animal manure

K5 orphan with mental problems

We care for many orphans here. This one is our friend James with problem brain but he is so nice!

K5 planting, and a call for help

Can you help us get water storage to help with long dry season? We walk 3 miles for water. A cistern could help so much.

K5 raised beds for Kale

We use raised beds to direct water to plants roots

K5 Homemade Drip Irrigation

K5 has to make due with local materials, but we have made drip irrigation!

K5 Village Project has German Visitors!

They come to learn our permaculture ways and also teach back, but they love to play with the  K5 orphans! We care for many children orphaned by violence and AIDS in Kenya.