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Education Encourages Sustainable Communities

Our school is a masterpiece project in Sheldon Village. If the building of the school finishes this year, it will be good news for all the villagers.

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Solar Cooker Distribution Drawing to a Close

Since the Solar Cooker project saves them from traveling far from home in search of firewood, we hope to give some solar cookers to the poorest people in Afghanistan’s Yakawlang region.

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TCD Accepted as a Life Changer

Chandrakala, in Sri Lanka, received her first loan after participating in three TCD classes. So now she is able to identify four kinds of vegetables that have a ready market in the village.

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Tree Cuttings Distributed by the Thousands

We visited the Poplar tree project in the Valley of Ali in April. It was the time we planned to be there. Our staff already cut and distributed 2,500 cuttings there, because many farmers were instructed to get Poplar cuttings.

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School Holiday in Sri Lanka

When we arrived at the tutoring class in Sri Lanka, the children had happy and smiling faces. They looked forward to the coming holidays.

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Bringing Joy in July to Refugees in the Middle East

Many have known the corner of the world we call the Middle East as a place of consistent tumult filled with intermittent bursts of violence. Currently, savage acts are holding the lives of the innocent in the balance as they cry out for relief...

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Desiring to Help Themselves

GHNI staff practically applied TCD lessons, which really motivated the village women in Myanmar to come to love and help themselves using sustainable development.

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Milk Goats are the Answer

The Bulesa Dima community is mainly Borana Tribe, whose main activity is rearing livestock but climatic change, famine, and drought heat their area is killing most of their livestock.

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A Tale of Water and Disaster Relief in Nepal

Even before the devastating earthquakes of April 25 and May 12, 2015, days in most of Nepal could hardly be called halcyon. Some issues echo those of other water-critical countries: small, polluted water sources far from homes...

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A Widow Now Supports Her Family and More

Since life was unbearable to her, Mama Sharu decided to join one of the active farm groups supported by GHNI-Kenya to gain knowledge and ideas on how to farm and eradicate her family’s hunger.

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Borehole Wells are Vital in Drought

We are trying all ways to create and bring help and hope in transformation of Attir Village, Kenya. They have always pumped all their efforts into gaining transformed lives, but they have been derailed by nature.

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Gaining Knowledge in Agriculture

John is a man in his prime age, married to one wife, and blessed with four children. John’s life transformation reflects much of what is happening to the entire Shambani Village, Kenya.

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