SAWBO Partners with ECHO to Deliver Agricultural Assistance to Farmers
“Our capacity to create animations and videos is limited, but
Together, we are growing hope from the ground up.
Fort Myers, Florida, June 20, 2022—ECHO, Inc., a nonprofit global development organization,today announced that Dr. Abram Bicksler has been selected as ECHO’s next President andChief
Tony Rinaudo has lived in worked in arid environments since 1981. Through his natural discovery and questioning of systems in nature, Tony pioneered Famer Managed
“Our capacity to create animations and videos is limited, but through working with SAWBO and organizations like Access Agriculture, we could incorporate their training videos,
Bring the whole family to ECHO’s Global Food and Farm Festival and learn about exotic foods, sustainable living, innovative farming, and gardening. From March 9-11,
In Myanmar, a recent study showed that few farmers have received any formal training on pig or poultry farming. In some communities, knowledge about animal
In Tanzania, East Africa, ECHO is helping lift the spirits of mothers who are in dire circumstances by teaching them about nutrition and gardening through
Ten years after his ECHO internship, Noah is serving in Senegal equipping West African farmers to transform their lives and communities. Watch this 3 ½ minute video and see how what he learned as an ECHO intern is still a “toolbox of ideas” he draws from every day.
When agricultural lands are depleted or overgrazed, incomes dwindle and families suffer. ECHO’s East Africa impact center holds regular trainings in both the theory and
Meet Pastor and his family. Pastor is a little boy who lives in an orphanage in Tanzania, but he’s not an orphan. His parents are
The Power of Information: Rod Sebastian tells the story of how he shared a USB flash drive of ECHO resources with a development worker that
Nam Seng shares his story of coming to Thailand after escaping violence in his home country. Farming was different. ECHO’s assistance in helping him adapt