The challenges imposed by COVID-19 brought many financial constraints to bear on our project. Nevertheless, GLOWA has continued to support our five survivors who had been enrolled in the project to acquire vocational training, maintain backyard poultry farming, and to operate a road side restaurant.
The greatest challenge that our project has been the absence of additional income through donations which made the acceptance of new deserving participants (beneficiaries) very difficult. In respond, GLOWA maintained the five participants of the project. We have continued to have one-on-one interactive sessions with the five participants of the project.
The most promising of the participants runs a roadside restaurant. She has expanded the restaurant to include soft drinks and recently initiated a repayment of her interest free revolving loan one year after she collected the money. She has persistently maintained the benchmark of the business development plan
With the repayment of the loan already kick-started, we see a great need to expand funding for the project. In this regard, GLOWA is proposing to edit the project on GlobalGiving to include the vocational training component for rescued victims
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