Emily Khasoa stands in a field near her home in Kenya.

Quadrupling Harvests with One Acre Fund in Kenya

Five years ago, Emily Khasoa couldn’t put enough food on her table to feed her children. She also struggled to pay her children’s school fees and had to work long hours helping her neighbors to make ends meet. Read more about how Latter-day Saint Charities partnered with One Acre Fund to help her feed her family.
Paslida Aseka stands next to the cow she purchased with funds from her excess crops.

Maize, Beans, and a “Beautiful” Cow

For the past 18 years, Paslida Aseka has been farming her family’s plot of land in northern Kenya. Her life is filled with planting, tilling, and harvesting her crops—in addition to caring for her children and her cow. Read more to learn how LDS Charities is helping her develop greater food security.
Christopha and Florence are farmers benefiting from One Acre Fund and LDS Charities.

Christopha and Florence: New Beginnings in Becoming Self-Sufficient

Christopha and Florence Amolo Indusive have been married for 25 years. They have seven children, six of whom are studying in school. They live in Kakamega, Kenya, where they are smallholder farmers farming maize on several acres of their own land. Read more to learn how LDS Charities helped them become more self-sufficient.
Consolata has benefited from LDS Charities' partnership with One Acre Fund.

Increasing Harvests by 40 Times in Kenya

Consolata Akithe has eight sons and one daughter. But in northern Kenya, it can be hard to afford to support a large family, especially when the majority of families put food on the table by farming small plots of family land. Five years ago, Consolata couldn’t grow enough food to feed her family for a whole season. Read more to learn how LDS Charities partnered with a local organization to help her feed her family.