Blog: Water

Perseverance Finally Leads to Success

Mawa, Indonesia

 

Ajij* has been a key figure in the Transformational Community Development (TCD) Water Committee since the beginning of the ambitious water project that commenced in 2019 in Mawa Village. Ajij worked with the GHNI training team and his fellow community members until, against all odds, they finally succeeded at bringing fresh water into Mawa Village after decades of difficulty. 

 

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First Phase of Water Project Complete

Mawa, Indonesia

 

The Mawa Village has never had access to water in their village before.  For decades, they have had to either hike 30 minutes to a spring to do their washing or gather water for cooking.  During dry times, they have had to purchase water from outside. This has led to obvious hygiene-related problems, and also economic problems.  

 

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Work on a Clean Water Source is Almost Complete

Mawa, Indonesia

 

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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Gatherings Well Received

Hojagi Cluster Village, Tajikistan

 

This has been a very encouraging quarter for the Transformational Community Development (TCD) program in Tajikistan. Our hardworking and goal-oriented team has enabled the achievement of progress in many communities.

 

Phase Two of Water Project Underway

Sulawesi Village, Indonesia

 

This has been an exciting quarter for Mawa Village. The long drought was a blessing in disguise as it gave the community time to finish phase one of the water project, constructing a tank at the spring source, without too much interference from high water levels.  After the committee encountered some minor community disputes, key people from the community stepped in to make sure that the water project would continue. 

 

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