What We Do

What We Do

We address the challenges of rural unemployment, food and water shortages in sub-Saharan Africa – Evangelizing Africa Through Business Empowerment and Transforming Agriculture. We work to drastically improve the physical and spiritual welfare of people in rural farming communities by collaborating with the community leaders (e.g. Faith leaders) to train farmers in a variety of skills to enable them to enhance their own livelihoods in a sustainable manner.

Community leadership provides us the perfect conduit to reach out to each community with the various programs provided by EATBETA in an evangelical context. The training programs are particularly designed to help rural farmers learn better and profitable farming (crop and livestock) techniques, and also to enable rural farmers acquire practical and value-addition skills such as farm-harvest processing, welding, beekeeping, carpentry, sewing, weaving, pottery, bricklaying, and other complementary skills.

In addition to providing training to rural farmers, EATBETA is involved in facilitating the construction of hand-dug water wells in rural communities. Most rural communities in sub-Saharan Africa have a serious shortage of clean water; thus, our goal is to construct hand-dug water wells, particularly, in the villages where EATBETA carries out training and outreach programs. EATBETA’s programs are much more successful in rural communities where we establish water wells. In constructing a hand-dug water well, the villagers are also involved in the process; this is either by digging the hole or by providing local materials, such as bricks or sand, needed in the construction of the well. Then EATBETA uses funds raised through donations, to build the water well and to purchase materials which the villagers cannot affordsuch  as cement, hand pumps, water tanks, pipes, etc.

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Before EATBETA constructed a water well at Butabala village, Kamuli district, Uganda
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After EATBETA constructed a water well at Butabala village, Kamuli district, Uganda