The Agriculture program : It is one of our starting points for hands on and life skills for the children and youths we work with. Over the past 2 years, we have been preparing their minds to start farming since it is a great venture for income generating and its not a punishment rather an activity where they can get money and also learn more about farming skills through their Home gardens and local poultry farms.  40 youths and children are direct beneficiaries, and 50 families are indirect beneficiaries from this program.

The mulia kids also keep local chicken which enable them to sell some eggs and earn some income.