Blog: Asia

Cooperative Fishing to Receive Fair Pay

Tanakeke-Batu Ampara Village, Indonesia

Due to the nature of our work in the field, it's not always possible to provide a high quality photo. We're happy to provide a current visual of our work despite the quality.

Equipping His Fellow Farmers

Sendana Village, Indonesia

In the village of Sendana, few people have the opportunity to attend the university like *Mr. A. It is during his time spent there that he understood the importance of education. Since Mr. A joined the Transformational Community Development (TCD) program, he can be regularly seen with a book about cocoa on the table or nearby. Upon gaining confidence in cocoa farming, Mr. A started to read about cocoa to the farmers who visit him.

Building Trust to End Extreme Poverty

Jatapara Village, India

The last few months were remarkable for us! We taught and learned many things. Progress had been going very slowly during previous months.

Family Fisheries Boost Income in a Rural Indian Village

Jatapara is a tiny village in the hard-rock terrain of northeastern India’s Jharkhand State, Dumka District, where wooded hillocks ripple through valleys and over ridges before they swell into mountains. 

But that verdant landscape, stunning to behold, is anathema to successful agriculture, for though rivers abound, their acidity, low retention factor and erosive power spoil the soil, robbing it of fertility.

New Classroom Roof Brings Happy Faces

*U Village, Sri Lanka

It was a rainy day when we went to the village. It was exciting to see the villagers awaiting our arrival and thanking us for bringing the villagers together to help build the most important classroom. They said now their children are protected from the sun and rain, and also that classes may be held in sun or rain, now that the children have a roof.

Gaining from Computer Skills

*Bendall Village, Afghanistan

Students who have learned computer skills in our center are now able to go to Bazaar and find jobs to earn better incomes for themselves. More than a hundred girls and boys benefited from our computer center.

At this time, people in this area have great concern for their safety and their lives. Due to kidnappings and attacks from radical groups, we may have to limit our activities or relocate them. We will keep you posted in the future.

The GHNI-Afghanistan Team

Villagers’ Confidence Bolstered

*BT Village, Nepal

Transformational Community Development

From the month of April to June, for this three-month period, we have much progress to report and share with our valued partners.

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