World Renew is committed to helping small farmers feed their families and earn extra income through sustainable agriculture practices that protect and nourish the land.

According to Roland Bunch, a leading expert on sustainable agriculture, World Renew has “increased food security, promoted Biblical principles of brotherhood and healthy ethnic relations, improved gender relations, [and] improved economic conditions … I would definitely put its work in the top quartile of NGO agricultural work around the world.”

Many of these farmers are struggling to adapt to changing weather patterns and rainy seasons.

Learn more about how farmers are adapting to changing conditions: 

Bocage Farming - Mali

In a country where nearly 50% of the population lives below the poverty line and nearly 60% of the land is considered arid and desert, climate change is contributing to food insecurity.




Conservation Agriculture - Honduras

In Honduras, rural households frequently experience food insecurity and continued threats of drought and hotter temperatures will have implications for crop production. Conservation Agriculture can help farmers adapt to these changing conditions.



Floating Gardens - Bangladesh

Many of us grew up with images of flooding in Bangladesh. Climate change is making things worse. Floating gardens can help farmers adapt.





Climate Conversation: Kenya 

(video series*)

For millions of subsistence farmers in Kenya, climate change is not a political debate. It is a reality in which adaptation can mean the difference between life and death. The Climate Conversation: Kenya video series is a chance to move past the white noise and to get up close and personal with the issues of climate change and environmental stewardship. It is a chance to meet people, not statistics; to hear stories, not arguments. It is an invitation to a conversation.

*click on the Climate Conversation tile below to access the complete video series