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OUR GOSPEL IMPACT

Fulfilling a Physical and Spiritual Hunger

Training in sustainable agriculture gives families the skills, resources, and seeds they need to rise above hunger and poverty. Whether through training, outreach, or programs, we pursue our mission from a Gospel-centered perspective, driven by key Biblical themes.

EQUIPPING COMMUNITY LEADERS

Like many rural pastors in Burkina Faso, Pastor Emile’s church cannot fully support him financially. For years he has been trying various gardening practices to

Conference Reimagined

Craig Bielema attended the Appropriate Technology Virtual fair from Burundi. Carolina Cardona participated from Guatemala. Bryant Vaughn attended from Columbus, Georgia, and Hermansyah Chen joined

Community Gardens Provide Food and Hope

School children and community gardens across Lee and Collier counties are learning about and growing their own fresh and healthy …

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Why We’re Inspired on International Women’s Day

For International Women’s Day, we celebrate the amazing determination and hard work of women around the world. Madame Traoré, a …

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EQUIPPING COMMUNITY LEADERS

Like many rural pastors in Burkina Faso, Pastor Emile’s church cannot fully support him financially. For years he has been …

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Conference Reimagined

Craig Bielema attended the Appropriate Technology Virtual fair from Burundi. Carolina Cardona participated from Guatemala. Bryant Vaughn attended from Columbus, …

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International Agriculture Conference

ECHO conferences around the world connect missionaries and development workers who are on the front lines of working to alleviate the challenges of world hunger. The International Conference, held annually in Fort Myers, FL, regularly attracts participants from over 30 countries. Interested in getting involved?

Our Impact Stories

Hunger in the World

Two-thirds of undernourished people worldwide live in two regions — Sub-saharan Africa and Southern Asia

ECHO's response to this inequality is to empower small-scale farming families to increase their harvests, while also increasing the nutritional diversity of their crops.