Djibo’s dreams come true in West Africa
A few years ago, Djibo and his family shared some of their dreams with a visitor. “I hope one day to have a cell phone and a motorcycle, and that our community group can do trickle irrigation,” said Djibo. His wives added, “We hope our group can get a mill so we don’t have to pound millet all day long.”
Since then, some of these dreams have become reality. Djibo bought a cell phone, which can mean the difference between safety and danger in remote communities, and helps him stay abreast of market pricing and more. Last January, Djibo’s community put in a solar-powered trickle irrigation system. They’ve begun planting vegetables, including onions and tomatoes, using this new system.