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Help Children in Crisis
Children are the most vulnerable when violence, famine, or disaster strikes. But you can be there for them with your additional pledge of $7 per month!

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Through daily eggs, this gift of 100 chickens will provide a sustainable protein source, which can significantly improve the nutrition of vulnerable families. Families will be provided with chickens, materials for a starter coop, feeding supplies, and technical training in managing a chicken farm. Since they’re easy to raise and multiply quickly, families can earn an additional income by selling eggs or chicks in the market.


  • Dominican Republic
  • Nicaragua

ITEM #10117B


Leonsa Mejía is a 56-year-old mother of six and grandmother of 10 who lives in Nicaragua. When she heard that FH was helping to facilitate a poultry farm at a local school, she immediately wanted to be involved. Leonsa received instruction on how to care for the chickens and now teaches others in her community. The project, which included a chicken coop, resulted in an 80 percent increase in school attendance, a way to provide school lunches to students and unification between the students and community members over a sustainable solution to malnutrition.

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