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News Behind the News: April 2014

Section One: Focus Countries re Afghanistan Women Seek Education Transformational Community Development (TCD) education projects with computers still attract many girls as well as boys...

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Syria

Can We Help Relieve Syrians' Deep Sorrow?

Our disaster relief team is working hard to help Syrians displaced within the borders of their own country. Mike Parks, GHNI’s Director of Disaster Relief, shares the following realities with us. Boy...

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Afghanistan

School Construction Continues

Working with the Afghanistan government to build a school for Sheldon Village, the GHNI-Afghanistan and the village children are anxiously awaiting its completion. With spring and better weather...

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Kenya

"Love Your Enemies" ... in Action

From the desk of GHNI’s Jeff Power, who has walked closely alongside the community of Gambella, Kenya, in their five year journey with Transformational Community Development (TCD). Jeff gladly shares...

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Jordan + 1 more

End in Sight...

Bethany There is no end in sight for the Syrian Refugees in Jordan. The GHNI team in Jordan has shared story after story of heartbreak. According to the Jordan Times there are now over 600,000 Syrian...

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Nepal

TCD Lessons Evoke Change

The people of BT Village* have proved teachable hearts after receiving Transformational Community Development (TCD) Lesson on water and micro-loans. The GHNI Nepal team shares stories about Maya and...

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Afghanistan

Trees Provide Income

Families lives continue to be transformed with the income provided by hybrid poplar trees planted by GHNI. In their latest report on the project’s progress, the GHNI Afghanistan team shares how...

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Lebanon + 1 more

Danger Doesn’t Deter

The GHNI Lebanon team faces many challenges but the danger will not deter them from the work they are so passionate about. Here are the most recent updates from the team in Lebanon: Tripoli, Lebanon...

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Afghanistan

School Construction Racing Winter

Construction of a building is never an easy process. Thankfully for this village, the GHNI team in Afghanistan was able to smooth some of the bumps along the road toward a better education for their...

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Lebanon + 1 more

Day camp delights children

Posted by Bethany Tripoli, Lebanon Part of relief to the Syrian Refugees in Lebanon has been helping children to put their trials behind them for a few hours and just be children. The GHNI Lebanon...

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Jordan + 3 more

Syrian conflict hurts: GHNI brings hope

Posted by Bethany Syrian Refugees GHNI has been working with Syrian Refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, and Turkey since the conflict began their migration across the Syrian border. Here’s a heartfelt...

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Burkina Faso

Community owned transformation

Posted by Bethany Saneba, Burkina Faso Richard, Regional Field Leader Assistant for Burkina Faso, shares exciting news from a recent trip to this community. “I have recently returned from Burkina...

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Jordan + 1 more

A touch of mother’s love

Posted by Bethany Syrian Refugees, Jordan Imagine running for your life with your family to a different country with only the few things you are able to carry. Staying in a camp of temporary shelter...

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Afghanistan

Mushroom income feeds families

Posted by Bethany The Mushroom Project, Afghanistan GHNI Afghanistan leaders share the real circumstances wherein mushroom income becomes a much welcomed way for families to put food on the table in...

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Sri Lanka

"Thank them!"

Posted by Bethany N Village*, Sri Lanka When a woman made sure the the GHNI Sri Lanka team, “Thank them,” she really meant it! It is because of generous hearts, people willing to get up and go to the...

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Indonesia

Racing for water

Posted by Bethany on May 6th, 2013 Tanah Keke, Indonesia A year ago, the women of Tanah Keke would race to the local well in the middle of the night to get water for their family. In less than four...

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Jordan + 1 more

House of Ruth to help Syrian refugee families

House of Ruth, Jordan “One Syrian family nearby has 13 people living in the same household. GHNI leaders recently brought the family blankets, food, and a washing machine. Our village contact told us...

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Kenya

Women Join Forces in Farming

Ola Nagele, Kenya The only breadwinner for five children, having no help or support from anywhere, Mama Mollu has had a hard life. At 54 years old, she has lived in Ola Nagele most of her life. Her...

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Afghanistan

Berea Mothers Empowered by Mushroom Cultivation

“In Berea there lives a 3-year old boy called Kemal. He has nine brothers and sisters between two and twelve years old. He and three of his other siblings have poor vision. His father is disabled and...

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