Outside of the large cities, the vast majority of Congolese people are sustenance farmers, barely scraping enough food out of the land to survive. Farming techniques are elementary and often are not beneficial to the long-term condition of the soil. Modern developments in agricultural can improve soil productivity, provide heartier varieties of seeds, and insure greater crop success for even the smallest farmer.
Partnerships are been investigated with educational and agricultural institutions (like ECHO). Please help us to teach a person how to fish instead of giving him a fish.