Read all of our guest writers posts here
Now there are good relationships developed with teachers and students in this school.
In December, the goat-hosting families are preparing for the winter and covering the goats’ houses to protect them from the rain and the cold weather.
After the speech, the students were given their graduation certificates, as well as a gift from the visiting team from the US.
They were happy to meet and share coffee with us, and we were able to provide them with hope and encouragement for the future.
GHNI has asked him to make food for their upcoming celebration and we are excited to see what he brings!
In addition to farmers continuing to sell high-quality cocoa beans and palm sugar at premium prices, wives and adult children are now receiving additional income by peeling cocoa beans to be sold at a higher price.
We found most of the villagers lack water and have irrigation problems.
Noha has also done rabi farming successfully.
After education, villagers now understand that anyone may open a salon.
At year-end, I was evaluating Transformational Community Development (TCD) work in Binodpur Village.
So, one fine evening, the villagers got together to write an application for solar lights, along with a culvert for the village.
Now, with her income growing, she can help her three children attend school and buy their school supplies and uniforms.