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“Single moms are looked upon as prostitutes. Society doesn’t care for them. They are outcasts, someone to be used. It is different in Iran than other parts of the world…”More
“You could have just given us money, but it would have run out. With farming, we are able to care for ourselves.”
Last summer, ICC launched an initiative to develop 10 communal farms in Nigeria for Christians affected by Fulani militants. ICC provided everything the community would need to begin farming again, including land, equipment, seed, fertilizer, pesticide, sprayers, and even water pumps for irrigation. The farmers simply needed to show up and farm!
Well, it’s been one year since our donors jumped in to fund the initiative and we have built out eight of the farms and the remaining two are fully funded and will be developed shortly. As a result, since last summer, we have helped approximately 3,000 survivors eat and provide for themselves. They have grown cassava, rice, cucumbers, green beans, peas, carrots, onions, and more. Our farms are bringing dignity back to families that have lost almost everything.
2 days ago
God bless ICC and greater work shall abound in Jesus Christ name.
Great work, god bless
Maybe we should teach them to stop being so violently racist, and then white farmers would move in… but I guess your plan is more realistic, since they’ll never stop being violently racist