Although it is rich in natural resources and arable land, Africa is the recipient of over 20 million tons of food aid each year. Hope Shares and the Seed of Hope South Africa are working to change that dismal figure by training people to use the land they have to produce viable, organic food crops. The process addresses dependency mindsets while helping farmers see that God has given them everything they need to provide for their families. Read more
It’s well-established in community development that the greater people’s participation in the process, the more effective the result. Real and sustained change requires involvement by community members, who must make an informed decision to change things. Read more
Bongi Cele is an elderly female from Bhekulwandle who previously had no skills and struggled in her life because of this. This made her feel discouraged and disempowered in her own life. Read more
Tracey Mah-Gillies of Calgary reflects on her experience at the 10th Anniversary Celebrations at Seed of Hope.