Currently HOREC has two dairy cows named Tokyo and Jimmy, both named after the persons who contributed towards the cows’ acquisition. Tokyo and Jimmy have piloted the project and are providing key lessons and distinctions alike. Initially, HOREC had to purchase milk for the children to serve the morning and evening tea which proved costly. The project aims at providing sufficient milk for consumption by the children as well as sell to the community as a source of income.
The day to day care for the cows is ensured by two farm personnel. Milking production and subsequent sale generates income and much of the finances realized have gone towards meeting the diverse needs of the children.