In Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine, this project provides quality vegetable seeds for families who depend largely on their gardens for food. In Liberia, Nicaragua, Haiti, and Kenya, the project provides crop seeds and some agricultural tools for needy farmers. Our goal for the Seed Project is not only to provide physical seeds but also to plant spiritual seeds through Christian literature and teaching given with the seeds.
View a brief presentation about the Seed Project program.
Misha Nazaruk, a pastor from Ukraine, says the seeds he receives from CAM each year have been a great blessing to his family and others. “These seeds help our family (of eight) and our church members a lot. We are also able to bless unbelievers with these seeds.” Good...read more
Through CAM’s Seed Project, Florica received seeds to plant in her garden. When she saw what a bumper crop of vegetables these seeds produced, she was overjoyed. The extra produce could be packed into jars and preserved. Florica was excited about preparing many...read more
It’s that time of year again when our staff and volunteers in Eastern Europe prepare thousands of seed parcels to give out in needy villages in Romania and Ukraine. Most of the villagers live off the land and can afford only cheap seeds that produce poorly. They are...read more
CAM staff recently visited a huge crop farm in Liberia where several hundred men and women were bent over the ground, each working their individual plots. Some were beating rice straw to separate the grains from the chaff. Others, who had finished their rice harvest,...read more
Quality seeds help families put food on the table From all over Ukraine, churches are calling CAM, asking for garden seeds to pass on to their members. “We have requests from 2,000 churches,” reports Dave Ropp, our distribution director in Ukraine. Dave will sift...read more
“God puts into the heart of others to give to us so we can plant, have food, and then give to others who are poor,” says Olga in Romania. Even though her needs are great, she loves to give. Since her husband passed away a few years ago, it is more difficult to provide...read more
Farming in Liberia is difficult. Much of the soil is unsuitable for growing crops. As a result farmers must clear the jungle. They spend days chopping down trees and underbrush with machetes. Then they burn off their farm plots. Finally, they hoe the charcoal-covered...read more
According to the United Nations, nearly one billion people are malnourished—almost a seventh of the world’s population. More people die of hunger than AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined. Most of these people live in developing countries where wars, disasters,...read more