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Nyamata Rwanda 2017
Follow-up october 2017
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Nyamata Rwanda 2017

Bon Berger – Agriculture and livestock farming

Location: District Nyamata / Rwanda

Project leadtime:  Undefined

Requestor:  Robert Ngiruwonsanga Murenzi, representative Europe for the association
’Bon Berger’ and co-founder of the school Bon Berger in Nyamata/Rwanda.

Description of the project:

The association ‘Bon Berger’ wishes to start a project to grow bananas, peanuts and fruit. Besides this they want to breed cows.

Objectives:

Provide help to the Bon Berger school by providing healthy and balanced food for the children.
Provide a job to the parents of the most needy children.

Beneficiaries:

The pupils of the school.
The parents of the most needy children

Budget:

Agriculture

Purchase seeds, cultivate soil, prepare fields:                        1.800.000 frw
Purchase manure, hay, transport and labour:                          670.000 frw
Purchase and planting fruit trees:                                           250.000 frw
Purchase seeds and planting peanuts:                                    250.000 frw
Purchase seeds and planting beans:                                       350.000 frw

Lifestock farming

Purchase 2 milk cows:                                                           580.000 frw
Construction stable:                                                             800.000 frw

Total Budget: 4.700.000frw, being 5.000€

Risks:

None

Attached documents:

Cooperation agreement

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Follow-up of the project

Date:                October 2017
 
Name project: Project 73 – Bon Berger – Agriculture and livestock
                         farming

General status:

All is progressing well.

Progress since last status report:

A. Banana plantation:

We have 120 small trees. This was not sufficient to feed all children: we bought 100 Extra trees and fertilizers.

B. Fruit trees:

Normally we buy fruit on the market. This is expensive; therefore the children get only fruit once per week. We rent a breeding place to plant fruit trees and make them grow.

C. Planting groundnuts: OK

D. Planting beans: OK

E. The cow
 
- building stable : OK
- prepare planting grasses: OK
- build a small house for the shepherd: OK

Financial status:

Payments done for following topics:

  • Working hours planting and follow-up cleanliness 
  • Seeds for oranges, avocados, mango’s, papayas and plums from Japan 
  • Seeds for arachides and working hours planting 
  • Seeds beans and working hours (planting, maintenance, weeding)
  • Purchase of the milk cow

Problems/concerns:

None

Attached documents (pictures, reçu’s,…):

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