PHP and Growing Hope Globally Grow Impact

Boys harvesting rice

Young farmers display their rice crop in Liberia. Photo by Winston Carroo of Agricultural Missions, Inc.

The Presbyterian Church (USA)—through the Presbyterian Hunger Program and Presbyterian Disaster Assistance as well as local congregations—has had a decades-long partnership with Growing Hope Globally, an organization that connects U.S. farmers, churches and communities to subsistence farmers around the world in order to help address hunger. The Presbyterian Hunger Program is at work around the world and specifically has been in partnership with Growing Hope Globally since 2002.

Since then, the PC(USA) has been able to support development programs from our partners in Malawi, Madagascar, Congo, South Sudan and India with over 1.6 million U.S. dollars. And now, we are beginning a collaboration to support food security and self-sufficiency programs in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Cameroon.

Read more on the Together for Justice blog here.