The 410 Bridge began partnering with the community of Ndibai in 2015. It borders Lake Nakuru National Park to the south. The most common occupations include crop farming, small-scale sand harvesting, and diary farming. The community practices mixed farming for growing crops for family consumption, as well as for generating income. Proximity to the park often creates unique challenges as animals frequently destroy or eat crops in fields throughout the community. Since 2015, Ndibai has made massive strides in improving its community! Right now, it has identified its current priorities as distributing water to strategic access points throughout the community, continue to improve quality education, and continue to increase economic development growth opportunities.
Stories from Ndibai
Project Details: Water Distribution
Project Details: Sustainability Project at Ndibai Primary School, Textbooks for Classes 1-4 at Ndibai Primary School & Ole Sultan Primary School
Project Details: Business Start-Up Training, Foundations for Farming
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