WHAT Bread and Water for Africa® IS DOING
With your support, can provide our partners with financial grants to help them realize their dream of long-term self-sufficiency. These grants provide the seed money to develop their projects which will raise the money necessary to operate their programs so that they will no longer need funding from outside sources.
Provide the initial funding to our partners to create income generating projects to help sustain their program’s future funding needs.
In Zambia, 5,000 tilapia fish were harvested from the first batch of a fish farming project funded by Bread and Water for Africa® and operated by Kabwata Orphanage and Transit Centre to feed orphans living at the orphanage and raise revenue by selling the surplus fish in the local community to support the orphanage and sponsor children living in foster care.
A serious drought is having “immense impact” on people’s lives and livelihoods in Ethiopia, stated a United Nation Emergency Relief Coordinator who visited the country in January. The UN News Service reported that Ethiopian farmers are “still living on the brink…and...read more
Ever since mankind made the transition from hunter-gatherer to agrarian society about 10,000 years ago, most of the world’s population relies on farming and other agricultural activities for food. In many countries in sub-Saharan Africa, including Kenya, Sierra Leone,...read more
All because of our supporters, Bread and Water for Africa 2016 highlights include: School construction completed in Cameroon 74 orphaned children found a loving home in Kenya 1,006 students received primary and secondary school education in Sierra Leone 146 children...read more