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Village transformation does not only mean becoming self-sustaining, but growing in the ability to help others in need.
The reality of living the life of a refugee means surviving day to day without conveniences.
Peter learned that it cost nothing to join a group, but that you’ve got to work hard to belong in it.
She talks about the advantage of disclosing your problems, for you cannot get help unless you mention it.
Mama Kara and her fellow villagers have eradicated their own poverty by now growing enough food for themselves every day, and even having enough extra to sell in the nearby town of Isiolo!
All hope for planting this season had diminished, and all stored food had been eaten.
Giving help and restoring hope is the key to our Transformational Community Development (TCD) method.
em Village has a population of over 1,500 people, mostly comprised of internally displaced persons (IDPs) from other villages.
We agreed to pay for half of the goat feed, in exchange for one half of the new goats that were born.
He shot at the bomber and missed. The soldier behind him had better luck, but the bomber still succeeded in detonating.
Dr. Niveen was living with her family until a violent group came and took over their town.
The newly homeless stood on the banks of the Sava, knowing, as gypsies have, as gypsies do, and as they always will, that they had to move on to somewhere.