Blog: Education

Eager for Change

Didi Hara Village, Ethiopia

Didi Hara Village is one of the TCD villages in the GHNI-Ethiopia program. From the beginning of the project, the Women’s Group gathered and discussed different issues. The Agricultural Group, especially, has been helping them bring change to their lives by implementing Transformational Community Development (TCD).


Persisting Toward Success

Ezbit el Nakhl, Egypt

Children of Ezbit el Nakhl

Jasmine, a young lady 14-years-old, has come every week for five years now to the Center for social development classes. Miss Hana teaches the Parameter class and helps us in the Ezbit el Nakhl area.

Encouraged by GHNI Conference

Yagnob-Esanbay Villages, Tajikistan


When I returned from the GHNI conference in Thailand, I went to Esanbay, our Transformational Community Development (TCD) village. We held a small training with our TCD workers, Tirkash and Zoir, and Zoir’s son Sherali, who came from Russia. I shared about what I learned in the conference and what we will do in the future. It was a good time.


Celebrating Children’s Day and Parents Day

Nallathanniya Village & U Village, Sri Lanka


The Children’s Day and Parents Day celebrations were on the same day. Since Children’s Day was explained to them last year, it was necessary for them to know about Parents Day—its origin and what is expected of them.


Learning a Better Way

Not One, but Three New Classes!

Attir Village, Kenya

It all began in a thatched classroom, where the community had a teacher and five children attending the class—but not regularly. School attendance had so many challenges. Among them was the small fee that was still too hard to afford due to the poverty that had stricken the community. Besides money, parents kept their children from school to look after other people’s livestock in order to earn food for the day.


Following Their Dreams

House of Ruth, Jordan


Back in July, we were continuing our program in the House of Ruth in Ma'an. During the summer holiday the children are more relaxed, and new children are attending the English lessons.


Dr. Emad, who joined us for a couple of weeks, has been moved to Australia by the UN. We are now blessed to have met Dr. Edwar, who now helps us provide medical services in the clinic alongside Dr. Niveen.


Developing Leaders

Hoogly Village, India


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