Pictures tell a thousand words.
This summer World Renew offers a gallery of images from nine countries, giving you a close up look at communities engaged in the work of renewal and building resilience.
BANGLADESH: Children under the age of five and their mothers participate in a Nutrition Demonstration organized by World Renew partner, PI-SATHI. PHOTO CREDIT: Anna Archona Sangma
BANGLADESH: Agriculture farm of Melon Group in Melandha-PARI Development Trust PHOTO CREDIT: Jamal Udin
BANGLADESH: Bokul, a disabled man is still able to make an income by making paper bags PHOTO CREDIT: Lalmohon Bormon
INDIA: These women are part of the Kasipali Cluster organized by World Renew's partner SFA. These women meet together monthly. World Renew and SFA focus their income-generation programs in India specifically on the female population. Last year, 345 women sought training in the following areas: revolving loans, financial management, bookkeeping, and financial audits. PHOTO CREDIT: Sardanand Andrews
BANGLADESH: A peer farmer & his two sons caring for their vegetable garden in which they used organic pesticides. PHOTO CREDIT: Anthony Drong
BANGLADESH: Mothers receive counseling from a Community Health Volunteer through partner Supoth. World Renew and Supoth are providing health education to five districts in Bangladesh. Participants are taught basic health principles, specifically: child growth monitoring, safe water drinking, and kitchen gardens for improved nutritional intake. PHOTO CREDIT: Tapon Mankin
BANGLADESH: Vegetable gardening can be a profitable business for those who are willing to work hard. PHOTO CREDIT: Lalmohon Bormon
BANGLADESH: Primary group members participated in a Civil Rights & Gender Workshop. PHOTO CREDIT: Anthony Drong
INDIA: This member planted a kitchen garden after receiving training from the program team. These agricultural projects from NEICORD are funded by Foods Resource Bank and are located in Patarkamh where World Renew also supports the community development work. This project is designed to help farmers in better rice and vegetable production. PHOTO CREDIT: Phibashisha Lyngwi
BANGLADESH: Community Health Volunteers and Trained Traditional Birth Attendants providing health lessons for group members as well as for the community. PHOTO CREDIT: Sanchita Sarker
INDIA: Family with mushroom harvest from Adro village. This is part of a sustainable livelihood project through partner EFICOR. PHOTO CREDIT: Suraj Minz
BANGLADESH: Community Health Workers & Trained Birth Attendants conduct child growth monitoring on a monthly basis. Parents are becoming more aware of proper childcare and the importance of creating a healthy environment for their children to grow up in. PHOTO CREDIT: Sanchita Sarker
Bangladesh is one of the world’s most densely populated countries, with 170 million people crowded into a delta of rivers that empty into the Bay of Bengal. World Renew has been working in Bangladesh since 1972, to help people and communities overcome poverty. Together with partner organizations, World Renew is carrying out programs in agriculture, health, income generation and small business development.