Combatting Shemetic food insecurity one meal at a time.
The Yoceph Storehouse Project is a food pantry and preservation program to combat food insecurity through resources and educational content on ancient practices of canning, preparing, storing, and gardening.
Stemming from the legacy of our ancestor Yoceph, the Almighty's House of Ivriyah has created the Yoceph Storehouse Project to prepare the Shemetic community for self-preservation throughout famines, food deserts, and world hunger.
According to the USDA, in 2021, nearly 20% of Black individuals lived in a food insecure household. In addition, Black people are almost three times as likely to face hunger as white individuals. African Americans are generally at higher risk for heart diseases, stroke, cancer, asthma, influenza and pneumonia, diabetes, and HIV/AIDS.
From food desert to food forest. To eradicate food deserts amongst Shemetic Community, then around the world.
Say hello to natural immunity. To rehabilitate natural immunity, heal illness, and restore physical nutrition through herbalism and holistic practices
Getting back to the basics. To educate the Shemetic Community on ancient practices of gardening, storing, and preparing food
Say NO to GMO. To grow nutritious food according to Tanakh with seeds and without genetically modified and harmful ingredients
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