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What we’ve achieved

So far in Lieta…

we’ve grown to know the community, and have fallen in love with the formidable force of permaculture and seen through it’s growth and positive impact. This is our ongoing journey…

  • On the 22cd of November, Happy Villages Board Member Michael Hawthorne was welcomed to the TRLA (Tamworth Regional Landcare Association) who held their annual genral meetin

  • This project will provide a Library at the Happy Villages Lieta Demonstration Site. This Library is intended to identify, organize, preserve and offer accessible resources

  • After a request by the teachers to talk to the girls and parents on benefits of educating girls and having heard of a few cases of early pregnancies in Lieta, Happy Village

  • Lieta Dispensary Gets Upgraded The Lieta Community Dispensary has now been renamed the ‘Lieta Community Health Centre’ with significant room to expand health practices unde

  • Poor Sanitation and latrine use, or lack thereof, are leading to many cases of poor health, sickness and even death amongst children in Lieta. These poor sanitation practic

  • Happy Villages international volunteer Eva, along with community farmer and local volunteer Pamela, are leading an Agriculture program with a number of local schools. The a

  • Lieta’s Community Health Workers (CHW’s) have been working exceptionally hard for their villages to deliver health awareness through individual household visits every

  • The Happy Villages Agriculture, Food Security and Environment (AFSE) Department was successfully established in May 2011.  Over the course of seven months Happy Villages me

  • Thursday 24 November 2011 saw the 4th Health Action Day held jointly between the Community Health Committee (CHC) and the Community Health Workers (CHW’s) at Buru Primary S

  • My name is Annemarie Ojunga-Ochieng’, I work as a Development Consultant in Kenya and am currently engaged with Happy Villages Organization as a Programs Advisor on a part-

  • Eunice Okello Achieng is a shopkeeper and her husband works at a paper mill in Eldoret. She is blessed with 6 children, the first born in form three and the last born in st

  • My name is Bilha Atieno Nyawade. I am 26 years old and a beneficiary of Young Women of Kenya sponsorship program of Happy Villages. Both my parents are farmers in Lieta and

  • Happy Villages has partnered with ten different schools in Lieta. There are seven primary schools, two secondary schools and one special school, Madiany school for the ment