Kolping Organization of Kenya
DAIRY GOAT REPORT; FOR THE YEAR 2019
PROJECT SUPPORTED BY, KOLPING AMERICA
Dairy goat project has been a key project in Kolping Kenya. Many Kolping families have lived to appreciate the project for its immense benefits. All the beneficiaries are now able to get goat milk, which is well preferred in Kenya because of its nutritional content. Again the project has enabled Kolping families to get goat manure, which they use in growing of vegetables using the current planting bags known as Vertical Bags.
The project was started in December 2017 and 240 Kolping members have benefited:
2017 — Ndonyo Salbuk, Ndulya, Mwea, Kilimambogo — 75 goats issued
2018 — Kagumo, Kamuiri, Mawego, Ramba — 53 goats issued
2019 — Siranga, Ukwala, Mundika, Omiro —112 goats issued
From 2017, majority of the goats have given birth and the total number of Beneficiaries has increased from 240 to 370. Normally when a goat gives birth, the first two kids are passed on to other members before the beneficiary assumes ownership. Each Kolping family has a committee of three members in charge of the project. The committee visits each beneficiary twice a month and gives a report during Kolping family meetings, which is later shared to the national office. Every two months, the Project Officers visits all the Kolping families running the project, for monitoring purposes.
The project is being carried out in Nairobi, Nyeri and Kisumu zones. We are planning to roll out the project in Taita taveta in Mombasa zone. All Kolping families are really grateful and Kolping Kenya wishes to extend their gratitude to Kolping America.
Photos to the left were taken during the issuing of the goats in different Kolping families.
Who We Are
The International Kolping Society was founded by Adolph Kolping as a Catholic, educational and action-oriented organization.
- The Catholic Kolping Society of America is a non-profit organization which strives to carry out the ideals of Blessed Adolph Kolping in a way that is relevant to our times.
- The work of the Kolping Society is aimed at the holistic development of the individual and family. Its members are offered opportunities and assistance in all aspects of life.
- The Kolping Society is a place within our world which enables one to enhance the sacredness of one’s life. In the Kolping Society, one is provided an opportunity to share one’s problems as well as one’s knowledge and skills.
- The Kolping Society seeks to help its members express Christian witness through their marriages, families, professions and leisure time activities and in so doing, seeks to help its members contribute to the betterment of our culture, society and church.
- The Kolping Society aims to aid its members and society as a whole. It seeks to improve our society through activities which promote the good of all in a Christian atmosphere.
- The Catholic Kolping Society of America is an inclusive organization which welcomes all who wish to practice the teachings of Christ through the traditions of the Catholic Church.
We at Cincinnati Kolping are looking forward to welcoming all of you to our fine city during the weekend of September 11 – 13, 2020. On Saturday, September 12, while the delegates will be conducting Kolping business at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Covingon, Kentucky,...read more
We, the members of the Catholic Kolping Society of America, extend the vision of our founder, Blessed Adolph Kolping, by promoting the development of the individual and family; we foster a sense of belonging and friendship through our program of spiritual, educational, charitable and social activities.
President – Lisa Brinkmann, San Francisco
Vice President – Walter Amrein, Cincinnati
Secretary – Helene Schrand, Cincinnati
Treasurer – Ted Wilke, Cincinnati
National Praeses – Father Richard Bretone, New York
National Administrator – Patricia Farkas
Endowment Fund Chairman – Bernhard Preisser, New York
Endowment Fund Treasurer – Lisa Brinkmann, San Francisco
International Secretary – Dr. Markus Demele
International Praeses – Monsignor Ottmar Dillenburg
Lucille Colletti – New York
Frank Fon – Chicago
Jonathan Groll – Chicago
Robert Mayer – Chicago
Marilee Uhlhorn – Cincinnati
Father Michael Scherschel – Chicago
Father Richard Bretone – New York
Father Winfried Kellner – Rochester
Deacon William McLoughlin – San Francisco