Education: Young & Not-So … Getting TCD Going …
Transformational Community Development (TCD) is all about the community leading their own change. In this story recently shared with us by GHNI-India, we were encouraged to see that age doesn’t matter when it comes to serving one’s community!
Jatapara Village, India
“We have been able to train the committee and they are able to see the importance of TCD.
“Det’ is a student in grade 12. She knows the importance of education. During our TCD training, she actively took part in learning about community development.
“In our last lesson with the community, we could identify problems that are preventing them from developing self-sustainabilities better. Lack of education was their top problem! So, as a community, they made two action steps.
“One: All women agreed to send their kids to school on time.
“Two: Det’ will teach all kids before they go to school. She has already started teaching those children who otherwise would do nothing after or before school time.”
GHNI India Staff Quotes
Thanks for your help in developing Jatapara, India and our work in GHNI!
Posted on March 21, 2014, in Committee, Development, Education, GHNI, Self-Sustainability, TCD, Training and tagged Community Development, education, ghni, Global Hope Network International, India, TCD, Transformational Community Development, village development. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.