SWOAD has achieved significant milestones in community development through the establishment of 288 self-supporting groups across 53 village branches spanning six regions. These groups serve as catalysts for village development projects initiated by SWOAD. Throughout the year, the organization has facilitated a remarkable 2,507 monthly group discussions, providing a platform for collaboration and shared decision-making among the groups. A total of 24,806 members actively participated in these group discussions, actively contributing to the development of their communities. This robust network of self-supporting groups underscores SWOAD’s commitment to grassroots development, empowering local communities to drive positive change and sustainable progress in their respective regions.