A Slower Season After Reaping
This past month, the Transformational Community Development (TCD) work has been a little slow. The villagers are working hard in their fields since the reaping needs to be done. People are likely to get a good income from it. Some of them are doing well with their kitchen gardens, and I am hoping that more villagers will do kitchen gardens in the coming months.
The Tutoring Center is yet to get a boost as students are making excuses not to come, but slowly the number of students has increased. The primary focus now is on the formation of a committee so that the work will be smooth. I am also planning to organize a Christmas gathering and build a deeper relationship with them to understand their thoughts in a better way.
Written by: Romish
GHNI TCD Worker
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