Education Project Completed!
The Transformational Community Development (TCD) Education Initiative has motivated a young man by the name of Stephen to change his drunken behaviour to become serious about working hard to give back to his community. He has expressed his dream of becoming a doctor. Other villagers showed a change of heart when they helped build a classroom for the school that did not have one. 41%-50% of the project was locally sourced, and everyone benefited from working together. We are happy to look towards the next project where we hope to raise funds for pupils from poor families who performed well in their national exam, but have no money to go to secondary school.
Written By: Dika
GHNI TCD Worker
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