Bangladesh TCD …

Village Leader In White

Village Leader In White


Mom-Daughter-Child

Mom-Daughter-Child

field-crops-woman-livestock

field-crops-woman-livestock


TCD without “beginnings” is a void; it never happens.
TCD with good foundations in relationships, foci, training, field/leaders willing to lead, initial funding and the like is a WIN-WIN!

Bangladesh is in the initial stages of becoming that WIN-WIN. Relationships have been built for almost 18 months now. Focus is becoming clear. Training in initial TCD has happened. Field leadership has been chosen. Funding has begun to trickle in.

Within 6 months GHNI will have full ventured TCD in place in Bangladesh in 2 distinctly different village settings.

Join us please in this venture!

Thanks! Dan

TCD planning (initial)

TCD planning (initial)


Plantings(dry field)

Plantings(dry field)


Starting In the Classroom

Starting In the Classroom


Running Children Along the Road

Running Children Along the Road

About GHNI daniel emig

Global Hope Network International - GHNI E. Europe & S. Asia Lead Assist Click to edit summaryI and our work in GHNI – Global Hope Network International seek to help the poorest of the poor become self-sustaining and human in the fullest sense. Using location-based relationships and resources, GHNI allows these to be the catalyst of change discovered and embraced. Via our mentoring on, and access to, water, food, wellness (health), education, and finances; people are freed to live the whole lives they were meant to live.

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