Last month, we had a committee reshuffle in Dhoker Jhara since some of the committee members are not active anymore. We have been trying to call a meeting but have had to postpone it several times due to low turnout. We were finally able to have this committee reshuffle meeting, and we thanked the old members who gave their valuable time. Then, we inducted new members into our committee. We reviewed our work in Dhoker Jhara so far and noted our successes and failures. In the coming days, we would like to work through where and why we failed.
The new Transformational Community Development (TCD) committee has decided to provide fruit trees to every family, so that within a few years they can have a permanent source of vitamins and minerals at home. They have decided to raise some contributions from every family who wants to plant fruit trees.
Written by: Sanjay
GHNI National Field Leader
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