When elephants fight

The past few years in The Republic of Sudan have been tense. Since President Omar al-Bashir was deposed in 2019, there have been several “transitional” governments and plenty of people vying for power. The latest fighting stems from a conflict between the Sudanese army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (formerly known as the Janjaweed

Because you gave, they can eat

Because you gave, Juma was able to plant a garden. Juma’s family has three adults and six children. He said, “It was very difficult for the family because we were lacking seeds to plants and farm tools, like hoes. The food received from the UNHCR (the UN refugee agency) is very small and

Now We Can Eat

Now We Can Eat My name is Ester Lubega, I am 44 years old and a mother of five children. I am a member of Cal Bombay Ministries’ Urban Farming Project  in Kampala, Uganda. I joined in February 2019 and I have been growing vegetables since then. Ester Lubega thanks

Pray for rain

When you were a kid, did you ever say, "Rain, rain, go away. Come again another day."? Empty sack gardens wait for the rains to begin. Normally, they would already be planted with seedlings. In northern Uganda, people are praying for rain these days. The earth is dry. The air is hot. The

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