Gorgeous snowfall and bright tribal clothing typify the Khasi Region of Meghalaya. The hills are populated by 2,800 small tribal villages.
Heavy monsoon winds and rains hit the region every summer, with potential for flash floods or landslides. GFA workers reach out with compassion and aid when this happens.
In this area particularly, drugs and alcohol have a growing grasp on the young people’s lives. These influences relentlessly drag the Khasi youth into immorality and danger.
A Khasi child helps with the family’s work.
A typical Khasi meal—rice is their staple food.
Almost half of Khasi tribals make their living through agriculture.