Learning How to be Farmers

Posted: Sun, Oct 14, 2018
Good news from the Burundi villages! Our friends are learning how to be farmers and making strategic choices about the best crops to plant for sustainable agriculture. Batwa children now have a real desire to go to and stay in school; nearly 300 students are beginning the new school year. This Sunday and next (10/14), [...]

Maggie Hanson

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Good news from the Burundi villages! Our friends are learning how to be farmers and making strategic choices about the best crops to plant for sustainable agriculture. Batwa children now have a real desire to go to and stay in school; nearly 300 students are beginning the new school year.

This Sunday and next (10/14), come hear about Maggie Hanson and Jacquie Coe’s trip to Burundi and their visit to our partner villages; get updates on farming and education projects; shop at the African marketplace; and enjoy yummy food and coffee!

Amahoro (Peace in Kirundi)


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Burundi: A Partnership with African Road and ASSEJEBA (Hope for Batwa Youth)
An outreach to help create a sustainable future for Batwa people in the small east African country of Burundi. We are working with African Road and ASSEJEBA to come along…
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