Almost €60,000 sent from Cork, Cloyne and Ross to set up farming co–operatives in Burundi

Almost €60,000 has been raised by the people of the Church of Ireland Diocese of Cork, Cloyne and Ross since 2017 in support of a Christian Aid project in Burundi turning maize into flour to generate an income above subsistence level for local farmers. Cork, Cloyne and Ross working with the Anglican Church in Burundi.

The Cork, Cloyne and Ross Burundi project is in conjunction with Christian Aid, in partnership with the Church of Ireland Bishops’ Appeal.  It has been supported by parishes, individuals and schoolchildren from Cork, Cloyne and Ross.

Burundi, on the continent of Africa, is one of the…

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