African agriculture summit sparks new ideas, plans
Gathering draws together people of different perspectives and backgrounds to discuss how The United Methodist Church could make better use of the land.
Agriculture a ‘game changer’ for church in Africa
The church has the potential of becoming self-sustaining if it develops its vast land into viable commercial enterprises, said Sierra Leone Bishop John K. Yambasu.
Nigerian United Methodists plant 20,000 trees
The trees, including acacia, eucalyptus, orange and papaya, are expected to protect degraded environments, safeguard habitats and enhance rural livelihoods.
United Methodist member creates Environmental Buddies Zimbabwe
A nongovernmental organization founded by an Africa University graduate is collaborating with the government on a sustainable forestation program aimed at mitigating tree removal.