Blog: Asia

New Plough, New Seed

Jatapara Village, India

 

Last month we sowed good quality maize seed, hoping to get better yields. Usually people keep maize seed left over from the previous year of cultivation; this is the traditional way. Most of the time these stocks ended up destroyed due to a lack of care. This time we bought and sowed seeds from the seed storehouse provided by the government to see what the difference will be from the previous harvest.

 

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Scarce No Longer

Dhoker Jhara Village, India

 

In the month of October, a football tournament was organised through Transformational Community Development (TCD) in order to promote unity among the neighbouring villages. It was an initiative to bring youth together for the upliftment of society.

 

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All’s Well

Binodpur Village, India

 

Greetings from Binodpur Village! It is a great privilege to work with GHNI in bringing transformation to our community. Thank you for your constant help and support.

 

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English and Hygiene Classes Benefit Attendees

Women’s Empowerment Centre, Afghanistan

 

Recently I visited the Women’s Empowerment Centre (WEC2) in West Bamyan. The hygiene and English classes are going well, and the students started a new English book called Speak Now 4. Due to their school schedule, we are teaching English classes two times a day, once in the morning and once in the evening, six days a week.

 

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Planting a Garden to Diversify Food Production

North Thailand TCD Expansion, Thailand

 

In September, GHNI staff visited two villages with our local Person of Peace. In the first village, we assisted partner organisations with dental hygiene training and distribution of emergency food aid to families still ailing from the economic effects of the coronavirus.

 

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Students Progress Despite COVID Challenges

UV Village*, Sri Lanka

 

Almost all the children were present. We asked the children what their parents said about the class. They said that their parents were happy that the classes are going on and hoping that COVID-19 would not stop the ongoing classes.

 

We are happy with the progress that teachers are making, encouraging the parents to send their children to school to further their education. The children are also making progress in their studies.

 

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