I am Erick, the Director of Chacha Community Project (registered as Chacha Self Help Group). I am the last born in a family of four boys, am married to one wife and have one beautiful baby girl named Anna.
Our mission is to empower the young generation, orphans, widows, and the youths through organic farming and permaculture.
We are on the lookout for volunteers to take part in our community based projects, and financial support to expand our project.
We are currently dealing in empowering the community by teaching them about sustainable farming techniques, exploring and practicing sustainable agriculture, as well as taking care of 10 orphans, 5 widows and several vulnerable members of our community.
These are some of our projects:
1. Empowering the widows, orphans, disabled and vulnerable people in our community.
2. Organic farming and permaculture
3. Creating Awareness about Technology, HIV/AIDS, STDs & COVID-19
Our Permaculture Farm
We have a promising food forest and we intend to use it teach the widows, orphans, disabled and the vulnerable about food security and importance of nutrition. Additionally, it our mission to ensure that this select group does not lack food, thanks to the different varieties of foos we grow in our farm.
We have structures such as banana circles, keyhole garden, spiral gardens, raised bed gardens and a fish pond.
Widows and Orphans
We teamed up with the group members in 2015 and have been taking care of 10 orphans, 5 widows and more than 20 vulnerable people in Kothidha Village. Over the years, we have provided them with food, clothes and financial support and also given them the opportunity to learn life skills from our farm.
We welcome all volunteers and well wishers to help us raise funds for:
Fencing Material + Labour
No donation is too little or big. We welcome donations from $5, $10, $50 all the way to hundreds and thousands. This will change a life at Chacha Village Project