Three and a half minutes of tractor action - the fine blue ploughing machine - thanks to a generous donation from Uncle Bakarr and Uncle Mo - tiling the rich fertile boli lands of Sands Magbolonto Chiefdom to grow rice to feed vulnerable children. Less than 3% of agricultural land in Sierra Leone is farmed using tractors - help our sustainable farming co-op, Hope Sakuma, change that narrative. We have 40 bushels of rice set aside to plant but these Boli lands are so vast we could really plant another 40 with acres to spare!
If you'd like to help us make this community self-sufficient and food secure AND feed vulnerable children please donate. Less than 3% of agricultural land in Sierra Leone is farmed using tractors. Help Hope Sakuma, our sustainable farming co-op change that narrative.
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