Blog: Africa

Promoting Self Worth

Upper Egypt Village Cluster, Egypt

 

Girls in this area suffer from neglect and marginalisation, and every day they hear painful words such as: “You are not beautiful, you are stupid, you are hated”.  This makes the girls lose confidence from everyone around them.

 

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Students Excited as School Resumes

Ahumbe Village, Nigeria

 

With the ease of the lockdown imposed in several parts of Nigeria, a lot of activities have resumed and a new normal is being embraced. Consequently, the school in Ahumbe Village has resumed and students are back to learn. Our TCD worker took time out to give out facemasks to the students and taught them the proper way to use it. It was an exciting time for all students.

 

Thank you,

 

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Location, Location

Kiwanjani Village, Kenya

 

Mama Karani is a resident of Kiwanjani Village, and this month we are focusing on how far she has taken the lessons from our coaching.

 

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Pandemic Pause

Isiolo Empowerment Centre, Kenya

 

GHNI is restoring hope to young women in Isiolo and beyond, especially those who are marginalized. We started with 25 girls and now we have graduated many to the production market, and many more are self employed. 

 

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Leading the Way

Gem Village, Kenya

 

The success of a community project is dependent upon various factors such as perception, willingness, understanding and sense of ownership. However, from our experience the overriding success factor is the willingness of the community to participate and take over sustainability responsibilities from project implementers. We have noted this does not come easily.

 

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Agricultural Boom

Attir Village, Kenya

 

Attir farming family has completed almost  80% of its Transformational Community Development (TCD) progress. In Attir, villagers call it a farming family because they are a group of farmers working closely together, exchanging ideas and supporting each other. 

 

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