The study made by the INEI (national institute of statistics and informatics) in 2017 in native communities (jungle and Andean mountain), showed that the most frequent diseases that affect these communities are diarrhea and vomiting and malnutrition and anemia.
The diet of the habitants of the jungle communities is based on carbohydrates, mainly cassava and banana, eventually domesticated animals, wild animals and fish. Actually more than 80% of children under 5 years have anemia and malnutrition.
People in natives communities need urgently improve their daily diet, with proteins and vitamins, to ensure a better quality of life.
How the project will meet this needs:
This project will organize and support a groups of families (40 families per community) from 2 communities in the jungle region, and teach them the technical of raising chickens, to take advantage of their meat and eggs, to enrich their diet and generate income that allows them to improve their condition of life. it is a self-sustainable project.
This project will take arround 18 to 20 months, the main activities are:
Team work installation,Community coordination (prior project execution),
Manufacture of chicken farming module,
Farming modules implementation,
Concourse the best manufacturing and implementation of breeding modules,
Implementation of the corn planting module,
Concourse the best corn crop,
Concourse The best technical management of chicken farming,
Concourse the best disease control and management.
The Project funds will be used to:
Identification of the native community, purchase of materials for the implementation of 80 family farms and corn planting, payment to specialist, logistics and administrative expenses. The farming modules will be build by community people.
How club menbers will be involved:
Club members will participate in project management