Enough Food. Sustainable Agriculture

May 27, 2019 by Stephan Lutz

When A Community Takes on its Own Challenges

In 2013, World Renew began work in the community of Ng’enda, Kenya. With funding from the Northern Alberta Diaconal Conference of Canada and the support of our local partner, Anglican Development Services of Mt. Kenya, we began—as we usually do—by talking with the community itself.

Mar 29, 2019 by Ana Rivera

World Renew and Growing Hope Globally Grow Hope in Guatemala

This Christian nonprofit association connects North American farmers and other people concerned about food security with development organizations like World Renew, investing in the household farmers who make up the vast majority of those we serve. Their support makes possible the work of our Guatemalan partner ADIP as they help families strengthen their livelihoods there.

Feb 7, 2019 by Ruth Alkema

Honduran Women Grow Healthier Communities

For indigenous women in Honduras, life is hard. Persistent poverty, high rates of violence, organized crime, and systemic government corruption have had a significant impact on the daily lives of Hondurans. The government has consistently violated the land rights of indigenous people, who have been advocating for better environmental protection of their land.

Jun 1, 2018 by Joseph Mutebi

A Change in Perspective

UGANDA - Part of the programs run and supported by World Renew Uganda and our local partner, the Nebbi Diocese of the Church of Uganda in the West Nile region includes community self-help groups.

May 31, 2018 by Joseph Mutebi

“These Days We Plan Together…”

UGANDA - In Uganda, World Renew and our local partner, the Nebbi Diocese of the Church of Uganda, support an integrated food security project in the West Nile region. This project includes community self-help groups, village savings and loan groups, training in modern farming techniques, and gender-related trainings to improve livelihoods.

Jan 26, 2018 by Carol Bremer-Bennett


I am in a room filled with the neighbors of my grandparents. As I sit here amongst the farmers of today, my heart is traveling back to the Saturdays of my childhood spent in Hamilton, MI on my grandparents’ farm. I can see the fields and barns speckled across the hills. I can almost smell the hay where our hidden forts were built and the barn swing rests. As I ride with my grandpa through Burnips, or Oakland, or Drenthe, or Vriesland – I have a sense that all the fields interlock in a tight patchwork of community. Yes, I know the people in this room, though I only met them a few hours ago.

Sep 25, 2017 by Mark VanderWees

Victor's Soda Shop

(NICARAGUA) Entering Victor Solano’s house in rural Nicaragua, you might think you are walking into in a soda shop. Big plastic soda bottles of every brand — Coke, Pepsi, Sprite and several brands local to Nicaragua — line the exterior walls of his home.

Mar 25, 2017 by Ruairidh Waddell

Defeating the Armyworm in Zambia

The fall armyworm is an invasive alien pest that has blighted much of southern Africa’s maize crop this year. Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Malawi have all reported widespread outbreaks, and we have seen the trail of destruction throughout many of our program areas. The pest is not so much a worm as a caterpillar, and its common name derives from the way these invaders generally come in overwhelming numbers, giving the appearance of an army crawling and eating their way through a field.