Causes

Save Food, Feed Orphans

Farms for Orphans, Inc. is working to alleviate malnutrition and hunger in one of the world’s lowest socioeconomic sectors- orphaned children- through the introduction of small-scale edible insect farms.

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Homeless Youth Insect Farming

There are anywhere between 25,000 – 50,000 youth living on the streets of Kinshasa. According to UNICEF, girls comprised 44 percent of the population of street children. As young as 3 years old, these children end up on the street for various reasons including abandonment, the loss of one or both parents, accusations of sorcery or witchcraft by family members and children who are offspring of young street adults.

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Palm Weevil Larvae Farming

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Farms for Orphans in partnership with Congo Relief Mission, UN FAO in Kinshasa and the University of Kinshasa is implementing small-scale palm weevil larvae farms to bring sustainable nutrition and economic empowerment to our orphanage partners.

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