House of Esther (HoE) – Spitak, ARMENIA … progress!

Fingerling(s) new, of fish being tested

Rain-water recovery system

Refugee Center “House of Esther” in Spitak, ARMENIA has seen huge progress this Spring and into June.  Focused acutely on becoming a self-sustaining entity as rapidly as possible, HoE has set up:

  • Fish Farm equipment and initial fish fingerlings
  • Rain-water recovery system for irrigating crops
  • Green-house below-ground foundation and initial ground-water recovery piping

Below ground greenhouse dig-out

Working the concrete pouring

Container placing for fish farm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Several new refugees from Syria are now living and working there.

TCD-Transformational Community Development in its 1st stage of TOT-1(Training of Trainers), is to be taught in September.

GHNI is excited to announce that several visitors are also to be there in September, during the TCD training time.

Funds are needed now to finish the greenhouse and HoE still needs all centralized heating systems in place by this Fall.  Will you please consider these needs and contribute.  Budget analysis indicate that HoE still needs almost $20,000 to finish all needful items before October.  Give at:

http://www.globalhopenetwork.org/us/village-transformation/armenia/house-esther

And also consider joining us there in September!

Thanks!  Daniel

Pre-mixing dirt & rock for concrete

Insulating containers for fish farm

Crops growing well at HoE

Concrete pouring for fish farm house

 

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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