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Tabasamu on the way to self-sufficient

Our orphanage should become self-sufficient. In order to achieve this, OTEPIC Tabasamu Children’s Home grows vegetables and raises chickens. A lot has been done to get the farm up and running. Most of the produce is used for self-sufficiency....

Orphanage

Orphanage “Tabasamu” In our orphan’s house “Tabasamu”, the Swahili word for “Smile”, are living 22 orphans at the moment. We’re taking care of them and are financing their education and food as well as offering a home and perspectives....

Sabwani Garden

Sabwani Garden/Upendo garden The garden has a size of 10 hectare. Sabwani garden is located near the river Sabwani. Upendo is the Swahili word for “Love”. Sometimes you may find also the name “Upendo garden”. In Sabwani garden, a...

Amani Garden

Amani Garden – Peace Garden The Amani Garden was founded in 2008. It is about 0.5 ha in size. “Amani” is a Swahili word meaning “Peace”. We have created this demonstration garden in one of the poorest neighborhoods of...

Mitume Garden

Mitume Garden The founder of OTEPIC, Philip Munyasia, started this garden after his permaculture training in the US.  This garden is probably the first permaculture garden in Kitale. It is located in the slum area Mitume, where Philip grew...

Projects

JOIN THE REAL FOOD REVOLUTION OTEPIC has 3 gardens, an orphanage, runs a dancing group in the slum of Kitale (Mitume), organizes food to cook for street kids, arranges tree planting actions with local schools, offers trainings and workshops…...