Hawa Trust Foundation provides Agricultural boost to rural woman, to strengthen economic diversification, alleviate poverty and empowerment for women
To enhance the food security of Micro-finance conflict-affected families in the Northern province of Sierra Leone to rapidly initiate the resumption of livelihood activities for returnee farming families, Hawa Trust Foundation has provided both verities of essential seeds to aid their agricultural activities and food support to workers engaged in the agric processes in Binkolo, Gbenegbu and Ngowahun chiefdom, in which four villages in each of the three chiefdoms benefited from this agricultural facelift.
This cooperative working agricultural boost attracted and incorporated over one thousand (1,000) vulnerable and deprived women, widows, aged women and teenage mothers. This according to the founder and CEO of Hawa Trust Foundation can help discourage the cultural practices of Female genital mutilation (FGM), reduce child marriage and teenage pregnancy especially in a developing country like Sierra Leone with special emphasis on the rural settings.
Hawa Trust Foundation prides itself as one of the leading organisations at the grassroots level that engages in strengthening the social livelihood of the vulnerable and deprived people, alleviate poverty, and building the human capital.
Agriculture has been the most known and experienced activity done by people at the village, it had also been the main means of survival and sustainable day-to-day vocation of the people at the rural setting, seeds provisions and financial support are the felt needs of the people, that was why Hawa Trust Foundation came in to salvage this looming decades concerns.
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