Many people living in poverty around the world are in rural, agrarian communities. Agriculture projects can help address issues of hunger and poverty by providing both food and income.
Send Relief partners teach farmers and families techniques appropriate for their area to raise better crops. In addition to a food source, the crops are also a revenue generator. One simple gift of seeds can grow into generations of self-sufficiency.
Last year, Send Relief provided agricultural training and livestock to over 76,000 people.
From The Field
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