The Ndovu Women’s Group has made great progress since GHNI started the journey of Transformational Community Development (TCD) with them. Their chairlady, Aisha, came up with an idea to buy a “burdened” house. They renovated it as a daycare centre where women who go looking for work can bring their children for daycare services. The Ndovu women make a daily income from that facility. They also use it as the group meeting hall. A lot of families who cannot afford to hire house help have been able to do their daily activities with this bright idea. The facilities have been a great blessing to those who are coming with their children.
Transformational Community Development (TCD) Update
Our goals for the next quarter are: 1. Regenerate income through the Village Savings & Loan Associations (VSLA) in Kenya. 2. Every member owns a small business. 3. Provide motivation for the members.
Written by: Dadacha
GHNI TCD Worker
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