KIBERA FARM PROJECT

 Welcome to the Kibera Farm Project

     

We hope your visit to this site is both educating and inspiring. Our heart is for the people of Kenya and      

our hope is to show you 'why'. Thank you for your time.
 

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Lunch time at the Academy

About us ...

 

The Kibera Farm Project is an initiative of School Farms Africa, a Christian, non-denominational Charity (LBG) incorporated in Guernsey, British Channel Islands. It was established in July 2013 and is recognised as a charity for tax purposes by the States of Guernsey Tax Authority.  


The Project aims to support Kibera Free Methodist Academy, Nairobi, by: 
               1)   Developing a farm for the benefit of its students;
               2)   Developing a health-care support programme for the Academy;
               3)   Offering training opportunities in land management;

               4)   Assisting with developing the Academy physical infrastructure

A Kenyan Company (School Farms Kenya, LBG) has been incorporated to comply with Kenyan Land Ownership Law and to oversee the local initiative.

 

Most people in Kibera exist on less than one pound a day. Children at the Academy receive small portions of maize porridge or beans when funds permit and occasionally a portion of fruit.


We would like to ensure that these children are adequately fed, have access to medical help and a good education. 
 

Where we work

Geography

'Our' school is in the heart of Africa's largest slum, Kibera on the outskirts of Nairobi, just 89 miles (143 km) south of the equator. Our farm, whose primary purpose is to help feed the children and their families, is about 25 miles (40 km) South West of Nairobi in a small settlement called Embolei which is just a few miles from the nearest town, Kiserian.

Climate

Nairobi has a subtropical highland climate. At 1,795 metres (5,889 ft) above sea level, evenings can be cool, especially in the June/July, when the temperature can drop to 9 °C (48 °F). The sunniest and warmest part of the year is from December to March, when temperatures average the mid-twenties during the day. The mean maximum temperature for this period is 24 °C (75 °F). There are two rainy seasons; the long rains in March - May and the short rains Nov.- Dec

 

 

 

How to Donate ...

Directly to our bank account:

NatWest Bank Guernsey

Sort Code: 60 09 20

Account number: 74411047

Account name: School Farms Africa LBG

By cheque to 'School Farms Africa'

Ons Huisje

Les Ruettes

St Andrews

Guernsey

GY6 8UG

British Channel Islands

By Standing Order

Please ask for a form or download from the 'Contact Us' page: 'Kibera Form'    

BUT ... please return to the above address, not the one on the form

By PayPal 

Contact Us ...

 

Please feel free to e-mail us directly from our website with any questions. Alternatively our full contact details are below.

Direct E-mail:

 

Telephone:

 

Registered Address:

Downloads:

info@kiberafarm.org

 

+44 (0) 7781 134 184

 

School Farms Africa

Somers House

Rue du Pres

St Peter Port

GUERNSEY

GY1 2JF

Channel Islands

Registered Charity Number:    CH 386

Annual Statement

2018

(Please see the note in the 'How to Donate' box above regarding the return address for this form)

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