Dear Valued Supporter,
We are excited to communicate with you through this report to be able to give you an idea of what has changed in our efforts to Empower Survivors through Micro-entrepreneurship. Your generosity has enabled us to continue to give visibility to our project and build the capacity of our program participants in public speaking and marketing techniques. Wily who opted to be trained in sewing is doing great and should be graduating in the coming months.
During the period under review, our small business development officer finished the mentorship period with Uncle Mike (pseudo name) to develop a business to sell roasted meat commonly known in Cameroon as Soya. He subsequently received a start-up capital of XAF100,000 from our revolving loan scheme thanks to your generous support. We organized a hands-on training with our participants on online marketing and cultivating customership.
Our major challenges so far has been the limited resources to admit many other deserving participants into the program due to limited funds. start a road side grille (Soya Business). One of our participant is preparing to graduate from sewing
We continue to count on your generosity for the project to continue to grow its impact.
With much appreciation from
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