Blog: Income generation

Kitchen Gardens Take Off

Jatapara Village, India

 

During the month of February, no major crops were cultivated in Jatapara Village. Farming here is generally focused on rice cultivation, which is done in the month of July. In the months of October and November, vegetables like potatoes, radishes and mustard are cultivated.

 

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Hand Tractor is Hard Sell

Dhoker Jhara Village, India

 

As usual, we are continuously trying to empower women through small business. We are setting up a lady named Sonapati as an example. She started a small shop where she sells daily used things like soap, oil, rice and others.

 

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Fighting a Grasshopper Infestation

Sindh Province, Pakistan

 

Sewing Centre

 

Many women have been empowered by the sewing centre and we are planning to move forward to start sewing centres in other villages.  We want to establish a network of centres that helps for positive transformation for women. 

 

Computer Centre

 

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Dignity in the Face of Adversity

Refugees in Lebanon

 

*Carmina is one of our sewing class students for this semester. She and the other 12 women will graduate at the end of this month. Carmina is 24 years old. She got married when she was 18 years old and sadly became pregnant after just three months. She had a baby girl, but her husband refused his daughter and so did her parents. She couldn't register her as her own, so her father registered her as his.

 

Duck Farming Makes Waves

Dhoker Jhara Village, India

 

In Dhoker Jhara Village, following our Transformational Community Development (TCD) lessons, people are continuously following the health and hygiene rules. They are using bathrooms to relieve themselves rather than in the forest and surrounding area. 

 

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Income and Education Improving

*Champion Village, Bangladesh

 

As we are doing Transformational Community Development (TCD) in two places, we saw a great change among villagers in different ways. Children’s education is improving, family development has improved, money is being saved, and living standards have changed. 

 

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