When a disaster strikes in rural Africa there is no 911, no fire trucks with sirens—not even a barrel of water or sand to be found.
The village of Taoulela has worked to keep their streets clean since 1935. Their story is now being aired on national TV in Guinea.
Farmers no longer have their heads down but are looking up and seeing the potential future.
All Fatim needed was $8 to begin a successful business.
In memory of Moise Mamy, 170 children in Guinea will have a better environment to learn and hear the name of Jesus.