After almost nine months of consistent rains, the dry season has finally come. It is dry, hot (mid to high 90s) and dusty. While this can be uncomfortable, it’s clear to see that God has his purpose for this time as well.
The maize has had time to dry and Thursday was time to harvest. Each harvest (there are two a year here) all available Kasana staff and kids of all ages head down to Enterprise Farm and pick maize together. It’s a fun time of fellowship and the free labor allows the Farm a better opportunity to make a profit to help the ministry. The maize will be stored in our maize crib for a number of weeks before being sold and turned into maize flour.