We want the people affected by our efforts to notice real improvements.
Most of the fathers must travel many hours away to the big city for work, returning to their homes only a few days per month. But the local village land is wonderfully fertile, and with training from our team and local leadership, the men can easily build their own farms and projects, putting their manpower investment into their own families and village, then reaching out to their next-door neighbors for trade and fellowship. Our teacher/camp director is degreed in agriculture/animal husbandry, which makes him a local expert and highly sought after for his agriculture advice. His model farm has become a popular teaching tool in the area, drawing visitors that work side-by-side with his team, learning the farm and livestock trade, and also learning the heart of those that care for “the least of these”. A nearby local village has become excited about starting their own farming project and has donated 60 acres of land and 2 ponds for catfish farming, which will be cultivated when the financial and manpower resources are found.