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David has insight of the outside world and understands the cost of ignorance and lack of learning.
Within seven months of partnering with GHNI, the women of Gem Village have displayed great effort and shown initiative to changes.
The Goat Loan Program continues to prosper in Jordan.
Though their future was uncertain, they held on to doing what was right.
Giving a handout to destitute people saves lives for the short term; Teaching them a way out of poverty saves lives for generations.
Iraqi refugees share talents and skills to impact the children of House of Ruth.
The Mulukhia plant is back in season, creating a source of income for an Iraqi family in the Vocational Training Program in Jordan.
The team hopes the flame that has begun to burn will continue to grow brighter and provide a lasting light for the next generation, as the Sendana people break out of mental, social, and financial poverty.
GHNI is making computer classes affordable in Hoogly Village.
I had planned to form a committee within the last week of July, but the weather in Kharibari had a different plan.
Ever since the farmers started using chemical fertilizer, rice production has reduced rapidly in Jatapara Village.
After seeing and feeling that using the machine was not hard, some of them started coming forward with some hesitation to learn how to operate it in Dhoker Jhara Village.