Theory for Change
Develop individuals and communities with Biblical insights and community-based health practices in nutrition, sustainable agriculture, and sanitation so as to improve health and well-being of families.
Communities and individuals to mobilize human, intellectual, financial and material resources for social innovation and training sessions relying on local leadership.
Those communities and individuals experience first-hand training that they can exercise public health practices and engage in self-directed community development projects promoting health and well-being of families.
Individuals and communities learn how to sustain and preserve social impact; they learn how to acquire, produce and manage local knowledge, resources and skills in food security, agriculture and health practices.
A generation of healthy, socially responsible and engaged communities skilled in agricultural activities, public health practices, and entrepreneurial skills that bring abundant life in holistic ways to families and extend to other communities.