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🌱 Embracing Climate-Smart Agriculture with Irrigation Systems! 🌊🌾 

Droughts can leave vast lands across Afghanistan barren, affecting their ability to produce food. But guess what? Shelter For Life has a solution: irrigation systems! 🌍💧 

Canals, reservoirs, and other irrigation methods play a pivotal role in supporting agriculture during tough times like droughts. They ensure better water availability, boosting farm productivity even in the face of natural disasters. 🌿✨ 

Why are these systems so awesome? Because they’re climate-resilient! They provide immediate and sustained socio-economic benefits by helping farmers weather unpredictable conditions. 🌤️💪 

Reservoirs aren’t just water repositories; they’re heroes of equitable water distribution! During droughts, they step up to improve water-sharing arrangements, ensuring fairness and accessibility for all. 💦🔄 

Let’s champion these irrigation systems, paving the way for a more sustainable and resilient agricultural future. Together, we can combat droughts and cultivate a greener, more prosperous world! 🌎🌾 

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Mustafa Omar, CEO

Mustafa Omar
Chief Executive Officer

Mustafa Omar has worked for Shelter For Life International in the field and Headquarters management positions; managing projects, leading new business development, and guiding operations around the world. Mr. Omar was born and raised in Kabul, Afghanistan and has worked in post-conflict reconstruction, Disaster Risk Reduction caused by human or natural phenomena, and market-revitalization efforts in Central Asia, East and West Africa, Europe, and Middle East for the past twenty (20) plus years. Mustafa holds graduate degrees in business administration and urban planning and is working on a PhD at the Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University. Topics of research and professional interest include Market Resilience and Social Risk-Management, Influence of Environmental Degradation on Fragile Markets, Impact of Improving Physical Space on Lasting Peace, and the Interaction between Modern Governance and Informal Market Structures.

Gordon Wright
Vice Chairman

Gordon A. Wright is Founder and President of over 40 years with JIMI International and is an Elder at Tulsa Christian Fellowship. Mr. Wright owned and operated a lawn and tree service business for nearly 15 years. Mr. Wright also served with the US Army for three years in the 1960s.Two of Mr. Wright’s years were spent in South Korea as a Brigade Intelligence Sergeant. Mr. Wright has provided mentoring and counseling to spiritual leaders around the world; with specific attention to individuals in Russia, Ukraine and former Soviet Bloc countries. Mr. Wright helped to found and direct East/West Resources International and Global Assistance Partners International. Mr. Wright has served as one of the original founding board of directors for Shelter For Life International. Born in Erie, Pennsylvania, Gordon grew up in Cleveland, Ohio and currently resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma.