Sunrise, and clots of clouds scud over the sere Afghani landscape as figures - mostly women, children, and a few old men leading donkeys - trek a dusty distance to dig dry scrub for fire fuel.
In Tuka Village, Ethiopia, a TCD-trained villager has sold the produce from several harvests and is now generating enough income to support his entire family.
Alishow Village, Ethiopia, did not get the expected rain in their rainy season and animals started dying.
When this project is finished, 90 children will be able to finish primary grades 7 and 8 in Garmaam Village, Ethiopia!
Dembi was one of our first workers in Mudiyambo Village, coaching villagers in how to escape poverty.
Success in the sewing project has stirred a desire inside many ladies in Ezbit el Amir Village, Egypt, to do the same by getting involved and learning how to sew.
The impossible has begun to be achieved and the dream is coming true in Helwan Village, Egypt.
Um Imad shared how attending our class lessons in Ezbit el Nakhl Village, Egypt, has increased her ability to persevere in hope through difficult circumstances.
The year 2011 was a benchmark for change for Bulesa Dima
With the knowledge and new skills received recently at an agriculture conference, the villagers of Saneba, Burkina Faso, are seeing the fruit of putting their learning to use.
Syrian refugees were part of the productive middle class - people who lived in decent homes with good living conditions. Where are they now?
Solar cookers have had a good impact on the life of people in Bamyan province, Afghanistan.