To improve the livelihood of people in rural areas and develop programs in food security, income generation, education, and
infrastructure, Good Neighbors implemented the Saemaul Zero Hunger Communities Project (SZHCP) of the
World Food Program (WFP) in partnership with Tanzanian and Bangladesh local governments from 2014 to 2018.
Today is World Refugee Day. It is hard to comprehend the strain of uprooting your family to flee a war zone. Reaching safety is just the start of a long journey to belonging and finding new opportunities.Read More
Touch and Point – Our Way to Knowledge April 16, 2018 In the digital age, information technology is the most important part of our life. Good Neighbors works to provide children with more extensive opportunities to learn using ICT (information and communication technology). Let us take a look at how ICT is used to bring…Read More