Identifying Problems and Looking for Solutions
During the month of August, the Transformational Community Development (TCD) work has been good. We did our first session with the villagers of Shri Ambra. The session lasted about an hour, and we taught the villagers how to identify the problems of the community. The overall session went well, and the participants were excited and active. They replied to our questions quite quickly. One thing we noticed was that they couldn’t understand the difference between our way of working with others by encouraging the community to identify issues themselves.
After doing one session, we couldn’t do more sessions due to the monsoon season. The villagers don’t gather in one place, and almost all are busy with their work. We are trying to form a committee as soon as possible so that we can move one step further.
Written by: Romsih and Ashishi
GHNI TCD Worker
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