Blog: Water

Independent Farming Makes Village Self-Sustaining

Gem Village, Kenya

 

Gem Village is a happy community after water was drilled through the networking between GHNI and other organisations. Water is essential for human life, and it plays a crucial role in the day to day life of a human being. After a well was drilled in Gem, it has provided enough water for villagers to drink, and also to cultivate their land which had remained uncultivated for many years. 

 

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Communities Work Together and Flourish

Dhoker Jhara Village, India

 

At Dhokerjara Village, I spoke with Committee members who have been long asking for irrigation pipes for their fields, but the needed pipes had not been purchased yet due to lack of communication. Now, I spoke with them and they have firmly decided to get the pipes from Dumka and will lay them by September. 

 

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Security Concerns Quell Garden Activities

Garden of Peace and Hope, Afghanistan

 

Sadly, Afghanistan, unlike the Garden of Peace and Hope, is not very peaceful.  Many needs exist at this perilous time.  If you would like to help: www.globalhopenetwork.org/disaster-relief/afghanistan

 

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Enjoying a Rainwater Shower

Mawa, Indonesia

 

The first Mawa Village Committee has finally finished their Water Project. The Transformational Community Development (TCD) training team has continued following up with this village cluster to keep them encouraged, but, overall, they are pretty independent. However, there has been little interest in pursuing other areas of TCD at the moment. 

 

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Perfect Pipes

Attir Village, Kenya

 

Water is an essential element for human life, and it is very hard for one to survive without it. Before the drilling and solar installation of the borehole in Attir Village (through the effort of GHNI and other organisations), the community felt the pain of living without water because they had to walk for almost seven kilometers in search of clean water.

 

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