Blog: Food

Tutoring Up and Running Again!

UV Village*, Sri Lanka

 

We visited the children’s parents’ homes recently to inform them that tutoring classes would resume. We were surprised to see the smiling faces of so many children! We can accommodate all of them, and we informed the teachers to maintain a one-meter distance from each other as requested by the government. The distancing is not a problem, as the veranda is large.

 

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Growing the Work

Vocational Training Programme, Jordan

 

We are continuing to work and collaborate with our families to help them as much as possible in these critical times the whole world is facing.

 

Abida*is a Syrian refugee whose work has grown as she is introducing other items that she can make. She continues to produce pickles, apricot jam, olives, and more. She also works with Mr. Habib*. 

 

Thank you,

 

Rami

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New Seeds, Bigger Yields

Dhoker Jhara Village, India

 

It is the season of paddy cultivation and all the villagers are busy with it. During this time, I had an opportunity to give them ideas for ​​better farming. 

 

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Clean Water, Balanced Breakfast

Jatapara Village, India

 

During the month of August, more attention was given to plantation work, as a mango orchard is being planted for the first time. Sapling planting started last month when a 4-acre area was planted with 450 mango saplings per acre. These plants are also being fenced to protect them from animals.

 

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Diversification Greatly Benefits Villagers

Elala Village, Ethiopia

 

Elala village is one of the Transformational Community Development (TCD) projects going on in Ethiopia, with agriculture as the focus.

 

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Harowayo Goes Bananas!

Harowayo Village, Ethiopia

 

One of our greatest achievements since we started Transformational Community Development (TCD) in the southern part of the country is the method we use to produce drought-resistant fruit trees. This method is now implemented in almost all the villages because, once the trees start to give fruit, the villagers have more food and can make very good money.

 

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Help at Just the Right Time

Ezbit el Nakhl Village, Egypt

 

We had a partnership with another organisation to distribute food supplies. We distributed 140 boxes of food supplies to help the families during these hard times. The families were very happy to receive those boxes. 

 

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