a) Water Well Drilling
i. Demand for additional wells is significant, with Kajokeji County
alone requesting that 100 new wells be drilled.
ii. Requirements are:
(1) Funding – Costs vary according to terrain:
y Marshy land ‐ $12,000 per well
b) Brick making/Fence Building/Construction
y Higher Terrain ‐ $8,000 to $10,000 per well
( 2) Hand Pump ‐ $1,800 to $2,000 per well
( 3) Trained Operators – expert personnel will need to be sent to site to properly train crews.
i. Equipment for making interlocking blocks is already available at the site in
ii. A town is beginning to develop around the Bori farm headquarters –
housing, shops etc. can be built.
iii. Out‐Growers are becoming prosperous enough to be able to build their
iv. Most Necessary Resources are already available at the site:
y River sand is close‐by.
y High quality murram soil is plentiful.
y A trained Team Leader is available, now.
v. Requirements are:
(1) Funding – importing of cement (the binding agent) @ $220/tonne, plus
shipping from Uganda.
( 2) People – Training of additional Production Crews, training in Building
c) Co‐Op Store for Out‐Growers and Regional Farmers
i. Opportunity to plan and develop a home and farm supply in conjunction with people
on the ground in South Sudan.
Manase then turned to face me, eye to eye, andsaidverysoberly,
“I believe that “God will supply all our needs according to His riches
in Glory, by Christ Jesus” . . . because YOU are here!””
Suddenly, I felt the weight of the world settle on my shoulders as
that promise I made to God fifteen years earlier came back to mind.
My soul was seized. My path became clear. Christ in me? The hope
of Glory? For South Sudan? Me..?
Inside my being ‐ My God! My God! You”ve got to help me now!
Michael Roberto Kenyi, Minister
of Agriculture and Forestry for
Central Equatoria State, after
seeing the SFC farm and
operations at Bori was overheard
“Now I can feel like a REAL
Minister of Agriculture!”
One of the counties in Central Equatoria
State is projected to produce 17,476 metric
excess tonnes of cereal food. That is the
highest of any of the other sixteen counties
with fair production projections.
That county is Kajo‐Keji, where we have
established large farm fields!