Despite the harsh economic condition in Uganda, JFM never stopped blessing the hungry. But unfortunately, the food shortage is making life unbearable for many families. So JFM’s goal has always been a shoulder to cry on for those in need.
A few weeks ago, a group of women in Uganda was sighted holding placards showing inscriptions indicating an increase in the price of commodities. They were not satisfied with the high food costs, yet they earned less than in the past. During the president’s address on the matter of high prices, he arrogantly said, “if you cannot afford bread, eat cassava.” This statement led many Ugandans to change the Lord’s prayer from “give us our daily bread to our daily local cassava.” This shows how hard it is in Uganda to get food, especially for less privileged families.
Thanks be to God who purposed to establish JFM to feed those without food.
Thank you so much, donors; you are making a difference, and Jesus takes the glory.