Initiatives

Developing Leaders

Local leaders with the proper knowledge, skills and motivation are the key to successful change. Mercy Walk is dedicated to identifying, resourcing and encouraging local leaders who will use resources effectively and efficiently.

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Local Leadership

The key to our success is the work of local leaders in the areas we serve.  The profiles of these local leaders will help you understand the challenges and opportunities faced by the people we support.

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Farming God’s Way

Based on the proven techniques of conservation agriculture, Farming God’s Way is a program originally developed in Zimbabwe that uses scientifically sound, no-till agricultural techniques combined with strong biblical teaching to radically transform farming practices and bring hope to farmers.
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Mercy Walk Initiatives

As Mercy Walk has taken on more projects, we have learned that common needs span projects. This section describes our learning and efforts in specific topics, most commonly in the area of simple technology. If you would like more information about any of our initiatives, please contact Eric Morris at eric@mercy-walk.org.
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Bamboo Cart

Another inexpensive way to transport cargo is the bamboo trailer. Using fabrication processes similar to the bamboo bike, the trailer offers an alternative for wider and smoother paths and roads. It’s primary advantages are that it can be unhitched from the bicycle and also does not require wheel reinforcement for loads up to 200 kg…
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Micro Lending

Micro loans would make it possible for men and women of Kodera, Kenya, like Mr. Joseph the Cobbler (left), to start a small business that would begin to produce an income for their family. Mr. Joseph of Kodera, Kenya is a cobbler. He has suffered a trauma which has left him lame and making it…
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