Jenerica Lenkaak sells goods at her South Horr kiosk business.

Success Leads to Scale–

In 2017, Kenya experienced another severe drought, but even as hunger spread across Northern Kenya, BOMA participants reported that although they were eating less, they were successfully tapping their savings to purchase food for their families and livestock. They kept their children in school, kept their businesses afloat, and continued to save money. The success of our model has resulted in partnerships with Mercy Corps, ACDI/VOCA, and Catholic Relief Services under USAID Food for Peace to scale our program across Northern Kenya and into Uganda. Click here to read our complete report.