Some of the projects we have are as follows:
1. Fish keeping; with 4 fish ponds. 2. Rabbit keeping. 3. Piggery and gardening.
Our Fish farming is an innovative project run by homeless children fish farmers as a community-based sustainability project that will provide the tools and resources needed by children, youth, women, and other interested local people to fight poverty and improve on the livelihood and health, to feed themselves, their families, and their communities. This Fish farming project is also aimed at improving the nutrition of the local people and the neighboring communities by providing cheap source of fish protein, and by putting to ultimate self-sustaining use of the available potential places of small scale fish farming in the Bwindi area. The project has already started with two fish ponds but without proper breeds of fish fingerlings.
Our Piggery Project: In 2018, we started with three pigs – two female and one male. All of them were of the Local breed. We looked after them well because we realized that was the only way to get money out of them.
The pigs did not disappoint. The breed we reared delivered an average 6 piglets, twice a year. And soon, we had many piglets for sale. To improve and maintain the quality, we are now seeking donations so that we but for these homeless children better breeds such as the Camborough breed from one of the pig farms in Bwindi.
Village tour/jaunt (a short excursion or journey made for pleasure) to the projects, there u learn different local fishing and preservation methods; then meet local dancing group of kids with delectable informative dances and songs enriched with culture.