Missionary Mozart Adevu (#13996Z), Africa regional coordinator with UMCOR, will be in NC from November 28 – December 11, 2014. Mozart Adevu teaches cutting-edge agricultural techniques to West African farmers, as part of UMCOR’s Sustainable Agriculture and Development Program (#982188). He is eager to share how equipping communities to fight hunger through sustainable agriculture is transforming communities, helping African nations address one of the root causes of poverty. To have Mozart speak to your church or church group, contact Rev. Bill Haddock at firstname.lastname@example.org or 910-262-3831.
“God’s mission of feeding the hungry and the poor has been the hallmark of my work. Through God’s divine grace, the program has already improved the lives of over 50,000 destitute families in Africa over the last 10 years.” (Mozart Adevu)
UMCOR’s Sustainable Agriculture Program introduced modern beekeeping to Liberia, Sierra Leone, and portions of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Farmers in Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and the DRC are being trained to cultivate and harvest the fast growing Moringa plant.
Click on Mozart Adevu to read his full missionary profile.
Click on Training Equips Communities to read February 2014 UMCOR article about Mozart’s work training communities in sustainable agriculture.
To schedule a missionary visit or to learn more about Mr. Adevu’s work, please contact Rev. Bill Haddock at email@example.com or 910-262-3831.