Help Women in India Start Small Businesses

 
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  • Help Women in India Start Small Businesses has received 3 donations
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  • Help Women in India Start Small Businesses has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.
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  • Help Women in India Start Small Businesses has received 22 donations
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  • Help Women in India Start Small Businesses posted a progress report
    A Ripple Effect: Helping Families Break the Cycle of Poverty
    By - Jenn Yoo - Communications Associate
    We've seen time and again how empowering one woman has a ripple effect on those around her--in particular the children for whom she can create a better future. Trickle Up's West Bengal program is helping women who live on less than $1 a day build sustainable livelihoods. With the increased income from their...
    • 6 years ago
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  • Help Women in India Start Small Businesses posted a progress report
    Rural Women's Role in Leading Families out of Poverty
    By - Jenn Yoo - Communications Associate
    On October 15th of this year, the United Nations inaugurated the International Day of Rural Women to recognize "the critical role and contribution of rural women, including indigenous women, in enhancing agricultural and rural development, improving food security and eradicating rural poverty." At Trickle Up, we honor...
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  • Help Women in India Start Small Businesses has received 33 donations
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  • Help Women in India Start Small Businesses has received 50 donations
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  • Help Women in India Start Small Businesses posted a progress report
    Why Trickle Up focuses on women
    By - Jennifer Pope - Communications Associate
    Why do women make up 70% of all poor people in the world? Trickle Up’s latest newsletter explains why many of our programs are geared towards women in places like West Bengal, India. Click on the link below to read more about our initiatives and entrepreneur stories:
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    • Donna
      Donna this is a beautiful and interesting newsletter...but it doesn't say a word about the project I gave to - in India. It would be much more valuable to me if it did comment on that project.
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    • nil
      nil It is amazing and helpful to go through the TUP Newsletter...its effective dimension of valuadded linkage with the indian poor women is no doubt a great effort...it'd be better to expand in rural remote coastal villages of Southern Sunderban forest-areas like Kultali,Patharpratima...Susanta Giri, BTS-Sunderban
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  • Help Women in India Start Small Businesses posted a progress report
    Improving Lives in India
    By - Jennifer Pope - Communications Associate
    Although India has recently received media attention due to the IT boom and job outsourcing, growth and development have been largely confined to the south and west of the country. Trickle Up focuses its work in some of India’s poorest states in the east. Our field office in Kolkata oversees the work of 19 local...
    • 8 years ago
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  • Help Women in India Start Small Businesses posted a progress report
    Improving Lives in India
    By - Jennifer Pope - Communications Associate
    A Trickle Up success story… Before Jogendra Prasad and his wife received their Trickle Up grant, they leased and farmed their own land and found financially unsteady work as agricultural laborers. But with funds and training from Trickle Up they were able to open their own restaurant. They rented space near a...
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  • Help Women in India Start Small Businesses has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
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  • Help Women in India Start Small Businesses has received 21 donations
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Janet Heisey

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New York, New York United States

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