With support from the Joyce Meyer Ministries more than 5000 meals are served every week , which helps CTT to reduce hunger related health and social distress.
Due to a combination of house-hold chores and other responsibilities as well as the need to take a break from the long distances they have to travel to come to the center, most children do not come to eat on weekends and school holidays. This creates a major hunger challenge for the already vulnerable children forcing them to scrounge around for food through unbecoming and immoral practices.
CTT continuously strives to put in place sustainable measures that address the long term challenge of food insecurity at household level. CTT has set up a community nutrition garden at the center that enables some of the critical children to take home fruits and vegetables. The children and caregivers are imparted with sustainable agriculture skills, food processing, indigenous food production, small livestock production as well as beekeeping.
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