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Donadeta Chadza has been practicing conservation agriculture (CA) for 5 years. Her household of 4 (2 adults and 2 grandchildren) can now eat enough every day because of the food she grows. She also sells some and reinvests it in farm inputs, pays school fees for her children and contributes some towards the local Child Development Centre for their food program. Because she has seen the benefits of using conservation agriculture practices, she “wishes others would adopt CA without delay”.

When you give to Conservation Agriculture, you are helping train farmers, provide mixed seed packages, Fruit trees and gardening tools.


Mrs. Colleen is one of the teachers at Zukuma Nazarene School. She is also a participant in the Women’s Empowerment project. She joined this project to learn a new skill, and to ultimately help bring in more income to her household. She hopes to be able to train other women, so that they can also be blessed.


“I have no words to express how grateful I am.”_ she says, as she proudly holds her graduation certificate. “Thank you.” When you give to Women’s Empowerment, you are helping provide training or/and start-up money for a business, for ex. Sewing machines.

Each gift will be used as designated except where any given need has been fully met or in the case when the specified project(s) cannot be reasonably carried out, then the donor agrees that the designated gift may be used where it is needed most.

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