Blog: Education

Children Advancing Transformation

Champion Village, Bangladesh

 

Children are helping to advance the goal of transforming an entire community. The Children’s Group in Ghoraghat was hard to form, as the community did not want them to come and sit idle without earning money. This barrier from parents did not stop the groups from forming. Once they started to learn different lessons on health, hygiene, rights and education, their attitudes changed.

 

Applying Lessons Learned

Bulesa Dima Village, Kenya

GHNI-Kenya demonstrates continued commitment to coaching the village with the Transformational Community Development (TCD) program every week. Martin shares important lessons on hygiene with different groups in the village, and we follow up to make sure that the lessons are implemented in day-to-day life.

Persistence Pays Off

Attir Village, Kenya

 

Past failures can hinder your present performance if you dwell on them. So you have to live in hope. Then your past must remain in the past, for hope works in expectation of the future.

 

Look at Us Now!

Saved from a Hopeless Life

Gem Village, Kenya

 

“Unity is strength.” So testifies the newly formed “Badilika” young adults’ group in Gem Village. The Badilika group has really enjoyed learning how to earn an income, and is also glad they are escaping all the idle time that contributed a lot to unwanted pregnancies and drug abuse.

 

Forming an Entrepreneur Group

Bulesa Dima Village, Kenya

 

Baba Nasibo is the father of seven children. He lives in the biggest village slum in Isiolo town. Life in that slum has many challenges, especially with the majority surviving on less than 100 Kenyan shillings a day (about $1).

 

Learning His Life Has Value

*10th Leper Village, Holy Land

Meet Morad, a teen in the 11th grade. His life has been changed during the Transformational Community Development (TCD) program’s teaching time. Previously, Morad’s life was miserable, especially in his studying. He was incorrigible and not taking his life seriously.

His view of life has changed, and he has started to make efforts in his studying. Morad is discovering that there is value to his life.

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