David and Sarah Hall
David and Sarah Hall were based in Dhaka, Bangladesh, where they worked with the Church of Bangladesh's Social Development Programme (CBSDP). The goal of CBSDP is to empower the rural poor people around issues of health, women's rights and human rights and to provide vocational development opportunities for both young people and adults - especially women. David worked as a development facilitator, helping with the management and operation of the overall development programme. He helped CBSDP plan and undertake a successful organisational evaluation. Sarah tried to balance looking after three children with working part-time as an education advisor.
Read David and Sarah's newsletters from their time in Bangladesh:
Linkletter May 2013
Linkletter December 2012
Linkletter October 2012
Linkletter May 2012
Linkletter March 2012
Christmas 2011/January 2012
Linkletter December 2011
June 2010 postscript
Q & A's with David and Sarah from their time in Bangladesh:
What has been your greatest challenge?
The challenge now remains to implement the many recommendations made. Pray that God would grant wisdom and guidance to all the
leaders as they seek to do this.
How do you think God is guiding you?
We often feel God gently guides us through developing new ideas and partnerships, often from the networking we have done with other agencies.
What has surprised you most of all?
We are often surprised by the variety of work we end up being involved in - from writing proposals to donors to being 'your guide' for visitors!