James Kataliko has been able to visit Shasha, near Goma, to review Project Kesho Njema. This project is based on the provision of 11 goats (9 female) in late January 2020 to the Kihunde speaking community on Lake Kivu. Recipients of the goats are expected to return a baby (kid) goat to the elders who will then repeat the process by delivering the goat to a new recipient. The elders keep a breeding or stud goat and ensure compliance with the recipients.

There are now 3 baby goats with 3 more on the way.

Kesho Njema translates as Tomorrow is Better.

Here is the original post on the project: https://bensincongo.com/2020/01/28/a-new-project-kesho-njema/

The inspiration for this project was based on an earlier project with chickens “Kuku yangu, tenga yayi” “My chicken, give me eggs!” https://bensincongo.com/2016/02/28/my-chicken-give-me-eggs/