Although primary school is free in Kenya, many children do not attend school because they do not have enough food to eat at home, they are unhealthy, and/or they live in poor socio-economic conditions, among other challenges. The Bwaliro village in Western Kenya is not immune to these challenges, and this has resulted in a situation of impoverishment within the community. To address the issue of both child attendance and malnourishment, there has been a school-feeding and agroforestry program set up at the local Bwaliro Primary School. This video highlights how the school program has positively impacted child health, school-attendance rates, and educational outcomes, while also contributing to community economic development and environmental sustainability.