Blog: Gem

Pastoralists Diversify Income

Gem Village, Kenya

 

With so many years of prolonged drought affecting the Isiolo area, the community has come to be dependent on external relief food. This phenomenon has been seen in northern Kenya for years and has affected the livelihood of the communities living in these areas.

       

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Weekly Wellness Lessons Pay Dividends

Gem Village, Kenya

 

It’s normal in most of the rural areas for many villagers to get sick during a heavy rainy season. Respiratory infection, diarrhoea and malaria are the most commonly reported maladies in local villages.

 

Attir Village is not an exception, as many young children and women suffered this long rainy season and a few serious cases were taken to Isiolo General Referral Hospital.

  

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Widow with Six Expands Livelihood

Gem Village, Kenya

 

Almost three years have passed since GHNI-Kenya first targeted Gem Village to transform the lives of the poor, hidden and hurting among the community here. While success is not 100%, we have attained almost unbelievable success in the five major target areas focussed on by GHNI.

 

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Confidence-Boosting Coaching

Gem Village, Kenya

 

Transformation is the key to our success, but changing attitudes and striving to help individuals believe in themselves takes time to produce results. With determination and continuous coaching, new confidence will soon happen: be it in one person, one family , one village , or one cluster at a time. Our goal is to help the country and the world through this process of bringing real transformation and restoring hope to those who are hopeless and helpless.

 

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Health Awareness Improves Quality of Life

Gem Village, Kenya

 

Mama Nakuro has been a resident of Gem Village for over 20 years. She lived in a small house with her family of nine children. Some have married and four are still teenagers. The small house served as a bedroom, sitting room, dining room, bathroom, and kitchen, as well. Not only that, it even served as home for their small chicken and two goats. 

 

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