MFA Projects

Purifying Drinking Water

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Clean water is not only important for drinking water but also for hygiene and good health practices including reducing disease from the fetid, surface water in which the most impoverished Villagers must use as their daily water source.

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Purifying Drinking Water

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Clean water will allow for greater crop diversity, greater crop yields, provide for livestock to have more successful farms and overall productive agriculture.

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Water Pump Project

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Our first project will be a hand pump water well. We have already completed a hydrology study and identified an aquifer point to dig. We have also received a quote for drilling by a company in Kisumu called David and Shirtliff. MFA is in the process of raising funds for this project.

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Water Pump Project

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Currently MFA has entered into a collaborative partnership with another NGO partner agency (Hope for the Child) which operates in the Kisumu region. MFA will partner with HFTC to provide guidance in navigating the construction of the water well and in other future projects.

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Life Straw Project

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MFA is also forming a partnership with Woodlake Lutheran Church in Richfield, Minnesota. Members of MFA recently spoke at the church and they have supported us financially by funding the purchase of Life Straw units for Nyamor Village. We are currently in discussions about a permanent partnership.

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Sustainable Agriculture Practices

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Members of MFA have met with the director of global sourcing from General Mills, and they are interested in partnering with us to help get their vision for Africa off the ground. In this vision, MFA will be acting as the middle man to help small farmers gain access to the commercial farming pipeline.

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Water Purification

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Clean water is not only important for drinking water but also for hygiene and good health practices including reducing disease from the fetid, surface water in which the most impoverished Villagers must use as their daily water source.

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Volunteerism in the Twincities

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Clean water will allow for greater crop diversity, greater crop yields, provide for livestock to have more successful farms and overall productive agriculture.

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Partnering with the Churches

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Clean water is not only important for drinking water but also for hygiene and good health practices including reducing disease from the fetid, surface water in which the most impoverished Villagers must use as their daily water source.

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