Ida and Diana went to Nawandyo A, to continue teaching about poultry feeds. Ida started by taking the group through a recap of the previous lesson. The group was very active and they remembered everything. Ida praised them and told them to clap for themselves.
She then introduced growers mash which for the cocks and layers mash which is food for the hens. She taught them the measurements and what is expected when feeding the chicken. She also told them to note the weight of the chicken after feeding. She asked them questions to see if they had understood the lesson. They answered very well. The group was very excited about the lesson and they promised to put this in practice.
Below is the recipe for growers mash:
Maize brand 70kgs
Cotton seed cake 20kgs
Silver fish 07kgs
Shells 02 kgs
Pre mix 1/2kg
This is for layers from week nine to 20 and above.
Layers mash recipe
Maize brand 69.2 kgs
Cotton seed cake 18 kgs
Silver fish 5kgs
Shells 6.8 kgs
Pre mix 300 gms
Salt. 300 gms
Ida encouraged the community members to give lots of water to the chickens.
Diana joined in by introducing domestic violence, which they embraced so much, she talked about causes of domestic violence like coming back home late by both parties, not welling their husbands when they come back home carrying bags, rumor mongering, alcohol, poverty. Some of the causes were from the community.
It was a very interesting topic, because of time we couldn’t continue and planned to continue with the topic next week.
We therefore left them with the homework to find out how they handle domestic violence in their homes.
2020-11-09 - Purpose: To continue with domestic violence lesson in depth.
There is no success story
Program Critical Needs
There is no critical need, instead they are enjoying the lessons
They kept time and waited for us
Other Program Observations
Stoves are well utilized.
Program Expected Of Village
We gave them homework, to come with some answers on how they handle domestic violence in their community.
Program Staff Preparations Next Visit
Preparing our lessons for the next meeting
Diana introducing Domestic violence in Nawandyo A village.
Ida teaching about poultry feeds in Nawandyo A village