The Somali community forms our largest constituents in development work who rely on pastoralism as their economic mainstay. The global warming coupled with climate change poses a threat to the well being of their livestock that entirely affects their living standard. In an effort to support
Womankind supports restocking to the poorest of the poor
Encourages communities to diversify to other alternative livelihood like crop farming and support communities to engage in small scale businesses. Currently Womankind supports over 20 farms that benefits over 2000 members.
Supports bee keeping for communities living along the boni forest. The bee keeping project supports families who are pastoral drop outs living along the forests.
A farmer in one of the farms supported by wokike preparing his produce for the market.
We transformed the Somali pastoralists to Agro-pastoralists hence making them self sufficient all the year. This also boosted their yearly income since they commercialize the produce from the farms.
In this sector the issue of food security has been adequately addressed hence making the community reduce the dependency on relief food and other Aids.