1. Chapin Living Waters exists to help people in developing countries grow vegetables when there is insufficient rain. We offer simple, sustainable technologies for subsistence farming, bringing hope to families and the opportunity to solve their own problems. Chapin Living Waters serves development...
  2. FARM STEW International's mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of rural, small farm families throughout the world. In Uganda, our team of 7 talented local, Christian staffhas equipped over 22,606 people, 66% of whom are women,with skills for abundant life.
  3. From business and education to healthcare, agriculture, the arts, and more, our 3,000 global members use their diverse gifts and experience to serve in needy communities. As they do, they see God transform lives across cultures and people groups everywhere.
  4. With initiatives that focus on disaster response, health and child development, refugee and immigration services, economic development and peacebuilding, we work holistically with the local church to stand for the sick, the widowed, the orphaned, the alienated, the displaced, the devastated, the...
  5. TTFF plants fruit trees in Haiti, Jamaica, Antigua, The Bahamas, Barbados, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, St. Vincent, Suriname, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Uganda, Pakistan, and soon Dominica, U.S. Virgin Islands and Tanzania. Breadfruit trees, mango trees, many others. Our vision is seeing self-sustaining...
  6. According to a 2011 study of the prevalence of food insecurity among migrant farmworkersin Georgia, 62.8% did not have enough food. The same study found that the level of food insecurity in this population of migrant and seasonal farmworkers was more than 4 times greater than the general U.S....
  7. ECHO Partner In the early 1980’s, a vision was born to establish a practical training center for Christian workers going to serve in developing regions of the world. TwoWarner University(then Warner Southern College) faculty members, Dr. Bob Clark and Charlie Smith, promoted the idea of...
  8. The Horticulture Innovation Lab's global research network advances fruit and vegetable innovations, empowering smallholder farmers to earn more income while better nourishing their communities. The program is funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development and led by ateam at the...
  9. The Project : Improving Agriculture. enabling the Church. transforming Communities. Founded in 2002, the Beer-Sheba Project combines a sustainable agro-forestry program together with holistic training and an agricultural resource center for young Senegalese farmers.
  10. The mission of the Asian Rural Institute is to build an environmentally healthy, just and peaceful world, in which each person can live to his or her fullest potential. This mission is rooted in the love of Jesus Christ. To carry out this mission, we nurture and trainrural leaders for a life of...
  11. In 1975, as South Vietnam was falling, a man name Dr. Raymond Benson was on the last airlift from the roof of the American Embassy. Dr. Benson’s vision was for Christian medical professionals to establish clinics around the world. His hope was to heal people both physically and spiritually. Out...
  12. Animal-source foods are commonly lacking in the diets of the poor and vulnerable in developing countries, particularly children and women who need them most. Due to their high content of quality protein and bioavailable micronutrients,increased consumption of animal-source foodscan improve the...
  13. The Institute for Affordable Transportation (IAT) is a not-for-profit public charity devoted to improving the lives of the world’s poor by developing and building basic vehicles that facilitate community transformation — bridging the gap between vital services and people in need. More than basic...
  14. “A Third Culture Kid (TCK) is a person who has spent a significant part of his or her developmental years outside the parents’ culture. The TCK frequently builds relationships to all of the cultures, while not having full ownership in any. Although elements from each culture may be assimilated...
  15. Preparing the next generation of leaders to address the world's critical challenges related to agriculture, food systems, human wellbeing, natural resources and sustainable communities.
  16. At Design Outreach, we desire to share the love of God by developing sustainable technologies that help alleviate global poverty. The poor of the world have big dreams—what they lack is access and opportunity. By developing and providing innovative solutions for partners combating global poverty,...
  17. Thrive is a worldwide not-for-profit based in Canada operating out of Kenya providing organic agricultural training and development programs to people in 4 continents of the world. We grow high nutrient, disease-fighting foods, and herbs all year round, with scarce rainfall, while utilizing small...
  18. Africa Inland Mission (AIM) is a Christian mission sending agency with a heartfor Africa’s peoples. We have our roots in a small band of faithful men andwomen who, in 1895, ventured inland to reach Africansuntouched by the gospel. Their vision set the course of AIM for over 120 years, as a...
  19. “Literacy is a key lever of change and a practical tool of empowerment on each of the three main pillars of sustainable development: Economic Development, Social Development, and Environmental Protection.” KOFI ANNAN Former Secretary General United Nations
  20. Hope Seeds is a Christian ministry which provides quality garden seeds to a hungry world through missionaries and mission teams to help feed the whole person – body, mind, and soul. The world is full of hungry people! Hope Seeds is making plans to help as many as possible grow food for themselves...
  21. IDEAS celebrates success in two strategic areas: the first is progress on the journey towards true and lasting hope. The second is sustainability and local ownership of transformative projects that will continue to multiply long after IDEAS professionals have left. At IDEAS you do not have to...

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