When a hen house is built it creates jobs in the areas of construction, business, farming, transportation and animal care. Stateside partners provide skill training for each of these jobs, as each job is carried out egg production begins. Approximately half of all eggs are sent to local markets to provide affordable sources of protein and produce income. The remaining eggs are designated to be purchased by OneEgg sponsors to be distributed at OneEgg sites. As official OneEgg sites. These sites ,which include schools, orphanages, hospital wards, and daycare centers receive eggs to supplement current feeding programs that supply needed protein for malnourished children. The key to the entire model is sponsorship. This sponsorship makes possible the delivery of protein to a malnourished child and doubles the demand for eggs, in turn doubling the nunber of jobs and the nunber of people no able to afford to buy eggs for their children.
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Mail: 2003 Horsebarn Road Suite 9 Rogers, AR 72758