Blog: Water

Agriculture Back in Swing

Binodpur Village, India

 

Greetings from Binodpur. We are grateful to GHNI for continually working to bring help and hope to the hidden and hurting in Binodpur and all over the world.

 

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Clean Water, Balanced Breakfast

Jatapara Village, India

 

During the month of August, more attention was given to plantation work, as a mango orchard is being planted for the first time. Sapling planting started last month when a 4-acre area was planted with 450 mango saplings per acre. These plants are also being fenced to protect them from animals.

 

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Never Underestimate Water’s Importance

Holy Land Garden

 

There is an old idiom that says, “Experience is the best teacher.” That is certainly true when working in a different country and experiencing so many new climate-related factors for the first time. As we serve in the Holy Land Garden, it becomes so apparent that the time of learning through experience is not only necessary but valuable.  

 

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Flood Hits Champion Village

Champion Village*, Bangladesh

 

As we know, unfortunately the coronavirus pandemic has affected much of the world and many people have died, including thousands in Bangladesh. To add to the problem, a flood recently hit the village. When our Transformational Community Development (TCD) facilitator Jian** tried to visit the village, he saw that many places were underwater. 

 

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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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