The Swahili word for chicken is "KUKU," and as an additional source of food and revenue, Angels in Africa started the "KUKU KLUB". With volunteer help, a chicken coop was designed and built. One day old chicks were bought and transferred to the village. Volunteers from Nairobi came to teach the Mamas how to feed and care for the flock. Now the children have the protein of eggs added to their diet. Mature roosters are sold to the tented camps and the money replenishes the seed, which makes this a self sustaining project. You can become a member of the KUKU KLUB for only $10 and a membership makes a great (an unusual) gift!