Compassionate Consultative Initiative Project
Thursday, July 16, 2020
Connecting with the United Methodist Church in Zimbabwe to minister in Jesus' name

SUNFLOWER OIL PROJECT

 

Encouraging the growing of sunflowers and making oil from seeds to provide incomes for farmers and factory workers.

It all started 2010 when Wes Bainter from Hoxie, Kansas decided to join a CCIP-Zimbabwe mission team to Zimbabwe with the sole purpose of investigating the possibility of establishing a sunflower plant that makes cooking oil from sunflower seeds.

CCIP ZIMBABWE IS HELPING PEASANT FARMERS GROW CASH CROPS OF SUNFLOWERS

CCIP-Zimbabwe is looking forward to invest more in peasant farmers and transform their lives economically, socially and spiritually. We will continue supplying seeds and fertilizers to the peasant farmers until they become self-sustaining.

CCIP-Zimbabwe will continue to raise funds to buy seeds from peasant farmers and help the Sunflower plant in Mutare become sustainable. 

The extra income made by growing sunflowers and selling them to us makes a huge difference in the livelihood of families. From selling seed to us for processing, we hope farmers will be able to afford to purchase tractors so they can be more productive.

 
 
With this screw-press machine, the seed is crushed into oil.
 

 

Help us make this a success story. Your mission endeavor is an investment in God's people.

CCIP ZIMBABWE is a Volunteer-driven Christian organization. 501 (c) 3 organization. You are invited to send a contribution to:

Mark Mohesky7055 E. 35th Circle North, Wichita, KS 67226 –mdinahmo@cox.net