At Baraki village agriculture is the major activity. About 95% of residents of Baraki village depend heavily on agriculture as a main source of their income. Food grown at the village include cassava, maize, sorghum, fin- ger millet, paddy, sweet potatoes and beans, crop farming in this area is seen as a means of obtaining food and cash.

Livestock Keeping

Livestock rearing is an important economic activity at the farm. One of its outstanding economic ventures was to establish livestock production; to date the farm has 60 exotic dairy cattle, 80 goats and 37 sheep. The livestock section was established mainly to enable the sisters as a congregation to be sustainable...


The farm established the health clinic in 1986 to provide health care services to the communities surrounding the farm. The health center provides services for out patients and in patients, maternity, RCH (Reproductive child hearth) facilities, and mobile clinics. CTC care and treatment center and TB unity Laboratory services


Immaculate Heart sisters of Africa Congregation engages itself in educational matter apart from other activities hence has established St. Consolata pre & primary school at its farm known as Baraki since in 2006. The intention was to render educational services to children in villages surrounding the farm.

Welcome to Baraki Sisters' Website

Mother General and the Director of Baraki Sister Farm

I welcome you with great pleasure and distinct honor to the website of Baraki Sisters' Farm.

Baraki Sisters Farm is a social and economic wing of Immaculate Heart Sisters of Africa (IHSA) that aims to alleviate poverty for those living in rural areas. The farm, which covers an area of 394 hectares (960 acres), was established with a title deed of 66 years and is registered under the ownership of IHSA. The farm is located in Rorya District Mara Region.