In our efforts to build a food secure community that can be able to sustain its self in future and work towards its own development, we started working very closely with rural farmer’s groups. ICOD provides free planting seeds several farmer’s groups and other vulnerable households.
On the onset of the 2009 planting season, ICOD distributed free planting seeds to three farmer’s groups and 51 vulnerable households affected by HIV/AIDS..
|Prince Primary School administration representatives receive planting seeds from ICOD|
|ICOD Staff delivering planting seeds for farmers|
|A farmer receives free planting seeds|
51 vulnerable households also benefited from free food, beddings and household utensils distributed by the organization.
|Staff sorting food items for distribution|
|Some of the beneficiaries|
|ICOD's Community Development Officers hands over planting seeds to orphans|
|Orphans receiving beddings from ICOD's field staff|