Jonathan’s Impact is investing in revenue producing agricultural projects to facilitate the development of financial self-sufficiency for the Chileleko Home. Tonderai Gotora, a Zimbabwean agronomist and member of Global Life Foundation Church, has agreed to dedicate the revenues of one to three hectares of farmland for the support of the children. Jonathan’s Impact has made significant investments in the start-up of this project, including donating the irrigation system, putting lines in place for electricity, paying the salaries of farm laborers, and purchasing seed, fertilizer, and necessary chemicals for crop growth.
Agricultural projects are also underway on the grounds of the Chileleko Home. These projects include growing rabbits, chickens, and crops for consumption by the children and staff.
Jonathan’s Impact has a savings plan in place for the financing of post-secondary education for the children of Chileleko. It is our vision and hope that all the children have the opportunity to pursue the career that they desire and become productive members of society.