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“All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit.” —Acts 2:4

Grain Banks in Cameroon

In northern villages of Cameroon recurrent droughts create cyclic food scarcity that threaten local populations. In response, RELUFA member organizations from that region have undertaken a campaign to secure food during the harvest times to store and sell during the lean period. In doing so they also protect local populations against traders who hoard and speculate on the commodities and aggravate the food crisis in the region. Donations to this account are sent to RELUFA to enable it to buy more food for existing granaries or to open new village granaries.