A CRS program helps families improve relationships and workloads through community conversations.
Vulnerable women learn agriculture skills while they save and invest to improve their families’ financial strength.
Growing herds mean financial strength for vulnerable women and education for their children.
CRS and partners offer displaced Nigerians durable dwellings and the means to grow and cook food for themselves.
A CRS agriculture project helps farmers gain valuable skills that increase resilience.
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In Niger, Chaibou Alzouma now sees the truth in the timeless biblical lesson of Galatians 6:7: You reap what you sow.
That was not always the case for this 57-year-old farmer who spends most days on his feet, working long hours under the scorching sun of West Africa. No matter how hard he worked, his crops—millet and sorghum—were limited by devastating droughts or encroaching desert sands.