Blog: Water

Something Fishy

Attir Village, Kenya

 

It has been an amazing transformative process for Attir Village. They have been willing to change and learn new things that are transforming their lives. Since water was drilled in through the networking of GHNI with other organisations, there has been success, not just in farming, but also in villagers’ ways of life. 

 

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Positivity Despite Challenges

Polewali, Indonesia

 

Susil* is 47 years old and was born and raised in Polewali.  She lives in a simple wooden stilt house with her husband and four children. Susil and her family don’t have many options for earning income. They take care of livestock owned by wealthier people from outside the village. When an animal is sold, they get a small portion of the sale.  

 

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Critters Cause Holey Problems

Holy Land Garden

 

One word describes this quarter: “hot.” The weather here in the Holy Land Garden is some of the hottest weather we have ever experienced. In fact, the ground is cracking due to the lack of moisture. 

 

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Checklist Complete!

Shambani Village, Kenya

 

Join us in celebrating that Shambani Village has graduated! The requirements listed below have been met:

 

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Exploring Possibilities

Mawa, Indonesia

 

Mawa has been difficult to access during the COVID-19 pandemic. The most encouraging aspect has been that the Water project was completed during this quarter. We would like to follow that up with future lessons on hygiene and working with the committee to look for solutions in terms of utilising the new water source for improving nutrition through agriculture – something that wasn’t an option prior to the availability of water. 

 

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On Boars and Orchards

Jatapara Village, India

 

In the month of June, villagers here cultivate corn. By the time the crops are ready to harvest, wild boar destroy these crops, causing huge losses for the farmers. So this year we suggested that farmers try cultivating pigeon peas (arhar/toor) instead of corn. As the boars do not destroy these crops, there is a reduced risk of loss.

 

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