It’s an egg-cellent time to be a young farmer in Burkina Faso!
Thanks to your generosity and care, student farmers and their chickens are growing by leaps and bounds. At Inter-African Missionary Action College in Neguéni, Burkina Faso, chicken farming is a great way to equip students with lifelong skills.
University isn’t for everyone. Whether that’s because of individual gifts or the unattainable cost, many students need alternate options after graduation.
Enter the chickens (and you)!
Now, students can learn a hands-on skill, feed their family, pay for schooling, learn how to run a small business, and look forward to a better future.
All because you said, “Yes, I have a dollar to buy a chicken for a student.”
Thank you for the chickens. But really, thank you for the love and care.
Above: Lamine can't keep his smile in! He's one excited young farmer!
Below: You + generosity + God's love = chickens for Daouda and his classmates.
Above: The henhouse at Negueni school is full of excitement thanks to you.