Blog: Income generation

Positioned as a Training Center

It’s winter at the House of Esther (HoE) and since October, there have been a few days of snow, wind, and cold temperatures. We gathered firewood and branches to burn in the recently installed wood stove. We also worked to insulate all visible pipes, water tanks, and outside faucets. The greenhouse plantings were prepared for winter.

 

Fortifying Roots of Poplar Trees

Recently, I visited our poplar tree project in Yakawlang. The trees are still growing taller, but they currently lack leaves.

 

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Spreading the Wealth to Other Families

Goat Loan Program, Jordan

 

This month, Um Salem has a newborn baby goat. The family was so happy, and they are excited to receive more babies from the ten pregnant goats. The family’s income is getting better. We are going to expand the Goat Loan Program by giving some of the newborn goats to another family and start this project with them.

 

Rami
GHNI Assistant Regional Field Leader

 

Helping Families Support Themselves

Vocational Training Program, Jordan

 

*Ranim is from a village named Jobar in Syria. She is married and has three daughters and one son.  When the war in Syria became increasingly violent and the frequency of bombings multiplied, Ranim and her husband feared for their family’s safety and livelihood so, in 2013, the family fled Syria and came to Jordan. They registered as refugees with the UNHCR and finally began their lives here.  

 

Healthier Oil from Their Crops

Dhoker Jhara Village, India

 

This November, farmers of Dhoker Jhara Village focused on a new crop option. Since the climatic conditions were not good this year, productivity of rice had fallen. Villagers were advised to grow mustard in large amounts.

 

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