May has been a busy month in Boma. 200 plus fruit trees and 5 acres of corn, beans and vegetables have been planted to help relieve the suffering of the Murle people in Boma. Soon there will be guavas, oranges, avocados, and a variety of vegetables available for the SEA Partners staff and local families to eat.
While the fruit trees won’t provide fruit for 9 months to a year, the vegetables will be ready to harvest in August. This will immediately provide food for our staff and the local villagers.
We are so grateful to our financial supporters in the United States who have generously given us the resources to improve the food sources for the families in Boma. May God bless you for your generosity.