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Walter Okullu is Field of Hope’s inaugural Ugandan scholarship recipient. A long-time friend and trainer of Field of Hope, we are beyond excited to witness and encourage his development! Walter with Mike Hafner, Co-Founder and Executive Director.  Walter was raised in Aduku of Apac
One thing that has come pretty easy in Uganda is making friends. The people here are so kind and welcoming. I was walking back to my hotel from a local cafe, one day, when a woman greeted me and started talking to me. I
The time has finally come, I’m in Uganda! I have preparing for this trip since I first started my graduate program at Oklahoma State a year and a half ago. Prior to this trip, I was often asked, “Why Africa?” or “Why Uganda?”. Over
Field of Hope Curriculum Cycle We have feet on the ground in Uganda! Those feet belong to the Field of Hope and Vivayic teams, including so many people of great talents and knowledge, all of whom we are honored to host! The team arrived
“The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” ~ Matt. 25:40 Raised on a farm in Tobias, Nebraska, Glenn Endorf has led a life of
Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.” Kofi Annan Part of Field of Hope’s mission is to inspire students in agriculture – to motivate them to see agriculture not as a poor man’s
Alix Ambriz is a Field of Hope Volunteer. This is her story. “Two things that can always be shared are God’s love and the fruits (and vegetables and proteins) of His creation.” Alix is a curriculum development specialist for Vivayic. Alix and her husband
Brian Harvey Hogue is a Field of Hope volunteer. This is his story. “The more you fill that bucket with desire, responsibility, fulfillment and service, the more you realize the bucket seems to be growing exponentially faster.” Brian grew up on a farm in
Andrew Ambriz is a Field of Hope Volunteer. This is his story. “We live in an incredibly small world. We are given magnificent gifts that are meant to be shared with people who need them most.” Andrew and his wife Alix joined a FOH