E-Coaching and Support for Young Entrepreneurs

 
$985
$9,495
Raised
Remaining
Jun 20, 2013

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The AAE E-Coaching Center Project needs your help to stay alive!

 
YOU have helped us raise USD $715 so far because YOU understand that it would provide the means to uplift marginalized or disadvantaged groups by inspiring a spirit of entrepreneurship. This is one of the most proven remedies to curb cycles of poverty and dependency.
 
We need YOU to help us finish constructing the e-coaching center for young entrepreneurs in Ghana, thereby provide the needed infrastructure  to educate and enrich this lives of young Africans.

This project needs to be financed to exist: There has been no donations to the project  since March 26 2013! We can do better!

Please help  achieve the goal of USD$1000 by end of June. We have less than two weeks left!

Thank YOU in advance for pushing us closer to the goal.
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Organization

Association of African Entrepreneurs
Association of African Entrepreneurs

Accra, Greater Accra Region, Ghana
http://www.aaeafrica.org

Project Leader

Cornelius Nartey

Mr.
Accra, Greater Accra Ghana

Where is this project located?

Map of E-Coaching and Support for Young Entrepreneurs