Destroyed Homes Lead to Well-Built Relationships

A Didi Hara house that is round and has a cone-shaped roof.

Due to the drought, some Didi Hara Village residents left their homes and migrated to other areas in search of pastures and water for their animals. As a result, their homes were demolished, and when they returned after a while, they saw the majority of the houses were destroyed. The Transformational Community Development (TCD) committee assisted these villagers by rebuilding their homes. During this time, the community assisted with reconstruction by providing money and free labour. This was a fantastic village-created movement.

Many in the community also lost their pets as a result of the migration. These people required more assistance than the whole community could muster. Our organisation is assisting these villagers, and they are very happy.

Thank You!

Written by: Kiya


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