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Mama Natade, Local Entrepreneur

She is happy to see her small children leave home for school with a satisfied smile and the one in secondary school lacks nothing.

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Mama Kapua Confesses Old Ways are Unsafe

Mama Kapua is a champion for women in Attir Village, grateful for the training she has received from GHNI.

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Building a Home for the Homeless

You will be sleeping out at night in the biting cold, with nothing in your stomach, messed up both physically and psychologically.

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Survival Stories

Most left their homes at a moment's notice and headed toward Kurdish territory to relative safety, just barely ahead of the invading group.

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Fresh Eggs & Milk

We agreed to pay for half of the goat feed in exchange for one half of the new goats that were born.

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It’s All Coming Together

Dr. Niveen was living with her family until a violent group came and took over their town.

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Importance of Agriculture to Refugees

“Agriculture is not crop production, as popular belief holds – it’s the production of food and fiber from the world’s land and waters. Agriculture is the foundation of civilization and any stable economy.” – Allan Savory

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Do What You Know

They cook traditional Iraqi dishes and sell them to generate income in a country where they are not permitted to find employment.

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Rehabilitated Cocoa Plantations

Members of the community are sharing knowledge and experience with their neighbors as the message of the TCD program spreads.

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Plentiful Rice Harvest

Every household that planted rice had successful crops, due in part from being able to buy fertilizer and pesticide through the new cooperative in neighboring Batu Ampara.

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Women Lead Cooperative

The cooperative was formed to sell goods that villagers need for farming and fishery production, such as fertilizer, pesticides, and so on.

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Developing Model Villagers

The goats we have given the villagers are now grown and breeding.

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