Growing our own food for transforming the communities we love

Emmanuel harvesting our corn crop.

A dream does not become reality through magic; neither does a harvest happen by a miracle. It requires planning, determination, physical labor and a lot more. Emmanuel, a RIBHO volunteer, at the Buyala garden during the January 2020 corn grain harvesting. As one of the initiatives of the Organization, growing our own food has become a strategic and practical focus of our efforts to sustaining the Nutrition and Feeding program for the infants and elderly in the communities that we serve. This is the second season of harvest and it has brought us increased yields, a lot of learning, excitement and the continued experience of God’s favor upon the entire RIBHO family.

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