During August, the flooding in Myanmar severely devastated the region, and homes and the school building were destroyed. The community faced a shortage of food supplies and access to clean water.
Volunteers of different nationalities took part in a four-day conference for women and children refugees: Syrian, Egyptian, Lebanese, as well as Yemenis.
Mama Fatuma doubled her income with the help of GHNI-Kenya capital and coaching.
“My one holiday wish is to replace my hungry childrens’ tears with smiles.” - Pachai*, India
“Our village is close to the hospital, but that does not mean all is well,” said one Wellness Committee member as she taught her fellow Kenyan villagers.
People living in rural areas are typically more vulnerable to extreme poverty.
Mercy is one happy Kenyan girl who has seen the face of death and bravely conceded to it, thinking all hope of living was lost.
“These young ladies are so eager to work and quite ambitious.” -Rami, Jordan
If you were asked to name one of the toughest jobs on the planet, facing life and death situations, requiring precision, skill, and tremendous courage, what job would you name?
During this month, we had a new hosting family in Um Battma Village, Jordan, start the Goat Loan Program.
One day, two sisters from Dara’a were having dinner with their family when a rocket hit their home in Syria. After being released from the hospital, the sisters and one brother traveled to Jordan.