Yesterday we had the privilege of hosting 35 young men and women from the Faylar Church for a volunteer work day. The enthusiasm that these young adults exuded was very encouraging. What is even more encouraging is the dedication and commitment they have shown to the Project.
Eric has recently returned from Florida where he was a…
Yesterday we had the privelege of hosting a group of consultants from Dalberg that came out to Sandiara and Beer-Sheba for a follow-up field visit from our initial consultations with them. The Dalberg group is seeking to….
Last week Thursday, we had two professionals from the Agence Nationale de l’Aquaculture come out to visit the Project and give us some initial feedback and suggestions for utilizing our retention….
Yesterday was an exciting day for the Project. We had over 75 volunteers come out from the local community to help us out with some construction, grass cutting, and general clean-up. Almost all volunteers….
The following is an excellent video produced by World Vision’s Tony Rinaudo, (Natural Resource Management Advisor)……..
There has been a flurry of activity surrounding Beer-Sheba in the past few weeks and some more exciting developments in the next couple of days that…
A family member sent me an interesting article regarding drip irrigation in West Africa and specifically efforts of the Israeli initiative, African Market Garden. This is the type of system we…
improving Agriculture. enabling the Church. transforming Communities.
This past weekend, we had 5 guys get together and we headed out of Dakar to the Project for a weekend of camping, relaxing, reflecting, and practicing some FMNR. It was a very….
Today we went to visit a TIPA project near Beer-Sheba. TIPA is an acronym for Techno-Agriculture Innovation for Poverty Alleviation and is funded through….