Blog: Asia

School Near Completion

*Sheldon Village, Afghanistan

Anticipation continues. The people of Sheldon Village, especially their children, want their school to be inaugurated. We asked the construction crew when they expect to finish the work and it’s still in discussion. We are working toward the completion in order to keep our word to our partners. It is our hope to open this school soon for these villagers. Once the school opens, the children of Sheldon will no longer have to walk two to four hours to another school outside their village.

Closed Communities Being Transformed

Rakhine-Myat Hlae Village, Myanmar

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.

Making Life More Sustainable

Solar Cookers, Afghanistan

Those who have solar cookers enjoy cooking food on it for themselves. It has made their life easier, especially since they no longer travel far to gather bushes to burn, just to cook food and boil water. We hope to sell the remainder of the solar cookers soon. We look forward to beginning new projects when this project is finished.

The GHNI-Afghanistan Team

Empowering Women, Changing Mind-Sets

Thar Yar Kung Village, Myanmar

During this quarter, there has been some improved developments in Thar Yar Kung Village in the areas of education, health, and village women mobilization.

Young Exhibitor Showcased

Garden of Peace & Hope, Afghanistan

*Nazim was born in 1990 in the province of Kabul. He graduated from a local high school, and although he passed his high school graduation exams, he could not pass the college entrance exam. When he was in school, he started a collection of coins and historical items.

Community & Innovative Solutions

Tanakeke-Cambaloe Village, Indonesia

Before continuing the rainwater tank building project with *Daeng H’s household, GHNI staff taught a lesson to the community of Cambaloe Village about sharing. The members of the community helped to lift and transport materials for the rainwater tanks, including sand, rocks, cement, and fresh water. They also worked together to help build the household tanks.

Realizing Change through Cooperation

Tanakeke-Batu Ampara Village, Indonesia

Even after the completion of the rainwater tank and toilet building projects in Batu Ampara Village, GHNI continues to work with the community – teaching, training, and empowering individuals on how to sustain development in their community.

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