Working!

Productive land that yields plentiful, nutritious crops and small businesses are the building blocks of Africa’s restoration.

One of the major contributions Circle of Hope is making to the community surrounding the Grace Center and to the expanded areas where our irrigated farms are located is the opportunity for employment and the growth of our farming industry.

We are now producing almost all the food needed to feed our own children (nearly 600 people are fed a day at the Grace Center). With our income from the mill, Hands of Grace Textiles and the farms in addition to our sponsorship donations, we are employing more than 120 people at the Grace Center, Chipoka and Gwengwe! Employed people also boost the economy of their local community by shopping in the local markets and grocery stores!

Watch the slide show below for pictures of the farms and the mill.

Visit our Shop to purchase items from Hands of Grace Textiles.

Keeping the ground covered during the dry season has doubled our crop production.

Keeping the ground covered during the dry season has doubled our crop production.

The Grace Center buildings are labeled. Click on the picture to open in a larger format.