Just Us Chickens

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A group of women in Tanzania has worked for three years with World Vision, learning capacity building and chicken husbandry.

A group of 30 poultry-raising women in Tanzania is called Mwamko, or “Wake up”. The group has worked for three years with World Vision, learning capacity building, and chicken husbandry. They use the money they make to pay school fees and for health services.

Exodus 20:9 “Six days you shall labor and do all your work.”

Acknowledge today your dependence on God for the work that sustains you and your family.

 

Written by Denise Koenig

Photo © 2013 Jon Warren / World Vision

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