What was the longest time you've waited for your prayer to be answered?
In 2016, Fr. Raphael Ddamba's deep desire to help the marginalized villagers in a town in Uganda led him to conceptualize a farm. The idea began as a tiny seed in his mind that slowly grew. From the time the seed turned into a vision, and to the time it was coming to fruition took half a decade.
St. Isidore, the patron saint of farmers, is the perfect name for Fr. Ddamba's ministry, the St. Isidore Next Generation (SING) Foundation. Its goal is to create self-sustaining villages through agriculture. His vision, accompanied by generous donors, perseverance, hard work, and lots of prayers, has been answered in God's time. He is now ready to start a new phase in his life.