Barnabas Mwesiga is building local village farms and teaching his native people how to farm, feed and empower the poor of Uganda and other countries of equatorial Africa.
Ugandan born Barnabas has a dream: To feed people and train them to be self-sufficient through small village farms. His dream is about hope. Hope for a well-fed, economically strong future.
The initial stages of the Barnabas Project, in progress on a plot of land in the Mbarara District of Uganda, includes 60 small food gardens, two fish ponds, chickens and a piggery.
The crops, cows, chickens, pigs and fish being raised and harvested here will be a model for the training of more local farmers to grow and sell their own food.
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