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Originally posted on the GHNI website It’s no secret that HIV and AIDS is a leading cause of death in Kenya. Here’s the story of one village whose community is making plans to curb the statistics. Attir Village, Kenya “Mama Veronica is HIV and AIDS victim. She has given birth to nine children, of which […]
Originally posted on the GHNI website GHNI leaders in Afghanistan reveal plans for expansion from one village where Transformational Community Development (TCD) has proven a success. *Q Village, Afghanistan “Earlier this year we met and spoke with local district governors about expanding the work around Q Village to other villages. The local district governor visited […]
Transformation in Sri Lanka Village!
Our GHNI National Field Leader writes, “Lansantha and her husband, Sandanam, are residents of Nallathanniya. Their love bloomed to a marriage. They have three children of the ages 12, 11, and 2.
“When we first visited them, we were surprised to hear of their humble beginnings. They had a small hut covered with tarred sheet roof leaking in many places. They had only a few food items for sale. The average income per day was Rs.300 (about $3).