Livelihood Skills

Homemade banana chips

Homemade banana chips

Sponsored Home Activity:

Banana chips are liked by children and families. In addition to containing vitamins, banana chips can also be brought to school as a snack for break time. Having the skill to make banana chips, poor families no longer need to buy snacks for their children, but can make their own, thus saving expenses for family and also selling some on the side to neighbours and other school children. A key skill to learn is getting the right recipe. The type of banana to use is banana kapok (plantain). This kind of banana is very tasty when fried. It has a sweet taste and dry.

Value for poor families:

If poor families can make banana chips with good taste then the chips will sell at the market or store in our village. This will bring in cash revenue when often there is no cash for work or crops to harvest.

Funding information:

  • Micro Project Budget: £140
  • Donation so far: £0
  • Balance Required: £140

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Beneficiary:

  1. Sisilia Bara
  2. Theresia Gela
  3. Wilhelmina Rona
  4. Katarina Jima
  5. Herlina Jie

Project Location:  Ona Woja Village, West Alok, Sikka, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

Project ID: SUMB121002

Community Facilitation Partner: Source of Life Foundation


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