After a successful launch in 2020 plans are in motion to once again plant crops to help feed widows and orphans. Not only does the effort help alleviate the impact of the significant price of food but also gives those who are vulnerable the chance to become self sustaining.
For our partner in Tanzania, Titus Mashala, this month begins Phase Two of the agriculture project started last year. Again, the land will be prepared and planted in anticipation of another successful harvest. Phase Two also means widows and orphans will be working along side Titus and his Community Care Team, learning how to effectively plant and maintain the plot.
In Zambia, Geoff and Martha Muvumbo will also be helping widows and orphans with plot rentals, seed and fertilizer resources, so that another harvest can be realized. These efforts substantially impact those who have no other resources and effectively offsets the cost of buying food while helping the vulnerable have a measure of self-sustainability.
If you would like to support these projects, please donate today. Your gifts at this critical time will have a significant impact.