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On the third day of Creation, God said, “let the earth bring forth … the fruit tree that yields fruit according to its kind” (Genesis 1:11) and simply by His words, papaya, guava, and mango trees sprung to life. At the end of that day, “God saw that it was good” (Genesis 1:12). In Niger, fruit trees are a special blessing because they can stop the Sahara Desert from creeping into fertile farming lands. By planting trees in Niger, and in other drought-stricken areas, we are preventing erosion, enhancing farmland, and providing food for hungry people.
A gift of £37 can supply a family with 30 seedlings that will grow to provide abundant blessings for years to come.