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Kafakumba Training Center


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Empowering Community in Kafakumba, Zambia. This is the breakdown of all the different business that have been created to help make this village and its people self sustainable.

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Kafakumba Training Center

  1. 1. The Ministries at Kafakumba November 10, 2010
  2. 2. Kafakumba Structure <ul><li>Economic development projects provide jobs and individual incomes for villagers and local people. Without this, many people live on $1 to $2 per day. </li></ul><ul><li>Ultimately, these projects and businesses will help support operation of the Kafakumba Training Center. </li></ul>Aloe Vera Etc. Wood shop FIsh Honey Kafa-kumba Training Center
  3. 3. Kafakumba Training Center Kafakumba Training Center Pastors’ School Women’s Ministries Children’s Ministries Health Education Conferences & Accommodations Center Security Construction Food Preparation
  4. 4. Auditorium Dorms Children’s building Playground Women’s building Woodshop Aloe fields Classrooms Center homes Offices The Kafakumba Training Center
  5. 5. The women’s sewing class
  6. 6. God’s Kids Ministry at Kafakumba
  7. 7. God’s Kids Ministry at Fisenge
  8. 8. A church women’s conference at the Center Conference Center can hold up to 1000 people
  9. 9. Kafakumba Agricultural Activities Agricultural Bananas Aloe Vera Fish Honey & Hives Chickens Cattle Palm Oil Vegetables
  10. 10. Banana plantation
  11. 11. Banana plantation
  12. 12. 400 women come each day to the village to buy bananas and resell them to earn up to $50/day.
  13. 13. Fish Hatchery
  14. 14. Fish Hatchery
  15. 15. One of the “growing out” ponds There are now 35 acres of ponds
  16. 16. Swarm boxes at the beehive factory
  17. 17. Hives made at Kafakumba are given to villagers, who sell their honey to Kafakumba for processing and resale. This gives the villagers a major source of income.
  18. 18. Bee suit used when harvesting honey Family working with an occupied hive. Average income increases from $5/month to $200/month with operating hives. Allowing these families to support their children with proper education, medical assistance and nutritional food.
  19. 19. Honeycomb in an artificial bark hive
  20. 20. Inside a top bar hive
  21. 21. Honey Processing
  22. 22. Kafakumba honey for sale at a local store.
  23. 23. Aloe Vera field at Kafakumba The sale of most of the Aloe Vera is used for medical purposes.
  24. 24. Kafakumba aloe vera for sale at a local store
  25. 25. Kafakumba Woodshop Wood Products Doors & Windows Furniture Timber Trusses
  26. 26. Kafakumba woodshop – machining section
  27. 27. Kafakumba woodshop – assembly section
  28. 28. Kafakumba woodshop sample products
  29. 29. Limapela School
  30. 30. Limapela School
  31. 31. Da Gama Orphanage