Blog: Income generation

Helping Each Other Benefits Everyone

Sindh Province, Pakistan

 

During this warm and hot summer season, we are visiting different villages and villagers are preparing the crop beds for FAITH gardens. Soon we will distribute the FAITH garden kits to 100 families in different villages. Through this project, we are encouraging the communities to help other families by providing food they can share. 

 

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Mr. Sam’s Pillowcases

Ahumbe Village, Nigeria

 

Most Transformational Community Development (TCD) activities occurred in Apir, as our TCD worker Moses explained that security reports discouraged travelling between communities.

 

The Tailoring Centre in Apir welcomed Mr Sam, who taught the students how to make throw pillowcases. The participants were enthusiastic and acknowledged that the training session was value adding.

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Beekeeping is a Good Income Source

Chainpur Village, Nepal

 

Some Transformational Community Development (TCD) members had the opportunity to participate in a beekeeping training and grant programme, which was supported by the local government. Leaders from Chainapur, Luina, and Ramantar participated in the training. One of our TCD members started beekeeping in Chainapur Village for the first time. 

 

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Income Generation Sparks New Hope

MH Village*, Myanmar

 

The community initiatives towards a redevelopment programme after a few years of political instability in the area is impressive. The community has developed a sense to help themselves even in difficult situations. The idea of the community development plan would create Income Generation for families through agriculture. The active initiative of the community and strong leadership has encouraged GHNI to contribute some capital to run the programme. 

 

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A Salon Provides a Way Out

Kiwanjani Village, Kenya

 

Kiwanjani Village is a vast area made of multiple ethnic groups. The area is facing a lot of challenges with drug abuse. Mothers are often the pillar of every family, and so Transformational Community Development (TCD) has made a conscious effort to reach women who are indulging in preparing and selling alcohol to the Kiwanjani villagers.

 

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Welcome to Baba Abdi’s Cafe

Kibera Slum, Kenya

 

Kibera is a slum located in the midst of Nairobi city. It is the largest slum in east Africa with over 3,000,000 people from every corner of Kenya. A majority are living on less than $1 a day. It is from this understanding that we started Transformational Community Development (TCD) among the slum community. For the last few months, we have experienced a lot of success stories of individuals who have directly benefited from TCD, and Baba Abdi is one of them.

 

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