By Jamils Richard Achunji Anguaseh - Executive Director
Chambo Soya Preparation for Roasting
The Survivors Micro Entrepreneurship Program has continued to grow as we recently identified and supported a new participant. A new member has just joined the team of micro entrepreneurs benefiting from the program and the generosity of our donors. The new business initiative is a meat grill attached to a beer parlor commonly known in Cameroon as Soya. The team at GLOWA organized an interactive session with active small business individuals to share experiences with the program participants this quarter.
The repayment of start-up capital is progressing though with challenges from some of our earliest participants. GLOWA is exploring the options of starting and operating a separate account for the project with a micro finance establishment in Bamenda.
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