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With our knowledge and love of agriculture, the Lord has led us to work with Hope for Home Ministries in Guatemala as the directors of self-sustainability. We are currently designing and implementing a program to help Hope for Home's 3 orphanages for children with special needs to become self-sustainable with gardens, orchards, farm animals, aquaponics, and more.
 
Why self-sustainability? Two primary reasons:

1. To ensure the future of Hope for Home so that children with special needs in Guatemala will always have a place to go.
2. Diet plays a huge role in one's health, especially for someone with severe disabilities because their system's sensitivity is heightened. Many of the fruits and vegetables in Guatemala are contaminated with chemicals and/or septic matter from lack of proper septic systems. By growing our own food we can ensure we are growing non-contaminated fruits and vegetables to give our kids the best quality food to give them the best quality of life.
 
We are also actively involved in the birthing center which is another part of Hope for Home. There, we supply prenatal care appointments, labour and delivery, and postpartum care for women from remote communities around Guatemala where there is little access to safe and professional medical services. Being with the women throughout the whole process gives us an amazing opportunity to share the love of Christ and the hope that He brings.