Ageno has since grown and expanded the feeding program and now donates monthly in nutrition. We distribute Millet, soymilk, sugar, general groceries, and meals to those who are in need.
Millet is a complex carbohydrate, rich in fiber and is a remarkable source of protein. It is also a good source of niacin, copper, and manganese and is used to make porridge in African countries.
In Kenya, Ageno fed over 5,000 people, working with Kamau N’gaari, Daniel Njeru, and Joel Atamu.
Ageno fed over 200 widows, orphans, and families in Malawi.
Provided nutrition for approximately 200 families in Congo.
In Haiti, Ageno maintained the daily nutrition program for students, and provided nutritional distribution to their families and the community.