As servant leaders we are called to be good stewards of God’s creation. If indeed the ones we serve have to grow healthier, then we need to conserve our precious environment. As we go around different communities, the number one problem on their list is water scarcity followed by food insecurity.

This program trains communities on soil and water management, household waste management, Farming God’s Way(conservation agriculture) and farm tree planting. In the long run, communities benefit from increased water availability and food security.

Agribusiness is a key topic that we give great emphasis in our training to bring positive economic impact in rural communities.  Nutrition and healthy living is also a popular subject which helps keep a healthy workforce that transforms rural families, villages and communities.