Coffee Without Borders uses the global currency of coffee to improve the quality of life for people living in developing countries. As one of the most heavily traded commodities in the world, coffee is primarily cultivated in poor countries, while the majority of it is consumed by the wealthy.
Originally posted on the GHNI website. Did you know the cost of a dozen eggs remains fairly consistent globally? And eggs are an important staple across cultures. Filled with vital protein, omega-3 fats, B vitamins and other nutrients, eggs pack a nutritional punch. Chicken farming can be an important component for villagers working to rise […]
Originally posted on the GHNI website For many women in the western world, sewing is a hobby. Some love to create quilts for a friend’s newborn or homemade Halloween costumes for children. Many search Pinterest for the latest DIY project and begin threading the sewing machine. When we reminisce about our mother’s sewing machine, fond […]
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).