TCD training will teach you an effective, low cost, relational way of bringing transformation that teaches impoverished communities to become self-sustaining hope-filled lives. You’ll also experience “live SKYPE” sessions with nationals doing TCD!
Please see the information below.
If you wish to sign-up go to registration link above.
If you have any questions please contact me
407 230 6169
Daniel Emig – 719.440.0796
Quick drop-in visits(during lunch etc.) are always welcome, to get a taste of all we do in these countries. 🙂
GHNI is always seeking out the best relationships and villages in which to vest. May, offered me the privilege to go with Sushil Marandi, to assess and meet his team, as they plan to move into the area and develop TCD. Four hours south of Kolkota, this team of three men of integrity, were all raised in the same orphanage in West Bengal. They have huge hearts to live in this new village and together, bring this community into it’s full potential of self-sustainability. This could easily become “THE” Model TCD village, offering to mentor itself out to neighboring villages.
Thank you … YOU … for being such an integral part of this endeavor. If you would like to financially support this specific new TCD village, or Daniel, in his focus helping there, please do not hesitate to contact us.
TCD – Transformational Community Development training is extremely rare in the USA. Very frequently, our staff are in Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and Eastern Europe … teaching and activating TCD in impoverished villages and communities. So when two local groups approached us here in Colorado, for teaching them the full 1st level of TCD, we were almost in shock.
At their initiative, they were eager learners, both from a level of implementing TCD in the impoverished settings they personally work in locally/globally, as well as the principles of TCD that spill over into so much of healthy life and living.
SKYPE-ing in live TCD Workers from Ethiopia, Iraq, Jordan, Nepal and our recent STT-Short Term Team member Priya(who did an excellent job of explaining the health assessments we did in Serbia in May) … was key to helping all attendees sense a “realness” to this training, on the ground, in various countries and settings!
This TCD Training in Colorado, and YOUR faithfulness in financial contributions and caring … are all most effectual in bringing communities and individuals out of every possible meaning of poverty! Thanks you! Daniel
STT-Short Term Team from Orlando, Florida was on the ground only days ago in the Roma/Gypsy village of Dorgovska Mahala, Lebane, SERBIA. In every capacity, this team complimented each other as they served the local community in basic health evaluations of blood-work, urine analysis, blood pressure, weight and height, and eye exams. We in GHNI are extremely proud of this team, as they worked so well together, allowing the translator(Filip) to weave through all the activities for three days of non-stop fun, relationship-building, and the serious nature of health screenings. Somewhat expecting reluctancy initially from the Roma community, they quickly took to us and our desire to serve in these capacities.
TCD-Transformational Community Development was taught on two different days, and a measurably high percentage of the attendees ended the sessions, eager to implement what they had learned so far, unreserved! This certainly excites us in GHNI, as it means the local TCD-Trainer (Snezana) has both done an excellent job of preparing their lives relationally for sustainable development … and will be allowed to continue vesting in their lives in the coming year and years.
Year ahead looks extremely promising, as we look to Snezana for continued leadership and the hope of adding an additional trainer from within this Roma/Gypsy community! This potential person is key in allowing them as Roma, to lift themselves out of generational entrenched poverty.
Thanks to you in abundance for allowing all this to happen so quickly and in such a quality manner, all in only one year so far! If you would enjoy helping this particular Roma village lift themselves out of poverty, and in turn preparing them to lift other Roma villages in the area out of poverty, please visit us at: