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Visit to one of Nasio’s projects – The Porridge Kitchen
February 2024

We were lucky enough on our recent visit to Nasio’s projects to be involved in the new support group for mums with malnourished babies or very young children. Two GMK clinical members accompanied the group as well as the community nutritionist, all on hand to offer professional advice. This group was a close-knit company of ladies able to offer support to each other, especially if they needed some ‘escape time’ from a difficult family situation.

The Porridge Kitchen had recently evolved so that the group had decided to meet at a different home each week. The advantage of this, rather than meeting at the clinic, was the support individuals gained. Everyone, including us, mucked in – digging over a plot of land, making furrows in which to plant indigenous seeds and covering them so that they can then feed the family.

Next week they will all meet at another member’s home and repeat the process.

We then walked back to the yard where a protein rich porridge was bubbling outside on an open fire along with a bowl of sweet potatoes. Everyone was given a cupful of porridge to which two tablets of powdered spirulina that had been grown and dried by Team Green was added and then they could help themselves to the potatoes.

As the group prepared to disperse each family was given a bag full of flour that would last the week to make ugali or chapati.

The whole experience  was transformative, providing an immediate answer to hunger issues as well as planning for long term diet improvement.

You can donate to our Porridge Appeal here.

Post & Photo’s Courtesy of Sue Russell (UK Trustee)

This story is listed in: Education, Projects, Volunteer Stories

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