Blog: Food

Success in the Midst of Challenges

Murtoch-Talon Cluster Village, Tajikistan

 

This month was very good for our team. We met a lot of new people and families. It's hard to restart work because I was off for about five and a half months because of COVID-19. I couldn’t follow-up on our work when I was in the hospital and many things have changed in the village. Sadly, many people have died, and COVID-19 caused all infrastructure in the villages to collapse. 

 

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Happy To Be Self Sustaining

Goat Loan Programme, Jordan

 

A field visit was made to the project in this village, and we found that the woman in the family was infected with COVID-19. While she was under home quarantine, her husband took the goats to an open area and built a small tent in order to take care of the goats away from his home.

 

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Garden Will Possibly Be Uprooted

Holy Land Garden

 

We are currently at a crossroads! The original project location, for reasons beyond our control, is no longer available. We are now evaluating the possibility of relocating to a new site. It is a bit early to say with 100% assurance that everything is in order to move and begin setting up the new location. We will communicate in future reports how things develop over time. 

 

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Making a Comeback with TCD

Tuti Village, Ethiopia

 

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Women and Girls Learn, Seeds Nourish

Women’s Empowerment Centre–East, Afghanistan

 

In this Centre, the girls are passionately coming to English class after school except on Fridays. They started a new English book called “Let’s Go 5” last week; books were distributed to each of the girls.

 

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New Farming Techniques Open Doors

Sindh Province, Pakistan

 

Recently Malik* escaped the clutches of his landlord and has moved into the training centre of a GHNI partner. He has been working hard in the fields that Omar* planted with 78 naseberry plants where he also planted fodder for livestock. He is learning how to make compost and, as a result, decreasing the expenses of expensive fertilisers. Malik is using the compost on the fodder and naseberry fields. 

 

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