Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment

by Develop Africa, Inc.
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Vocational Training & Microfinance Empowerment
Katimu
Katimu

Dear project supporters,

Your continued support is empowering small businesses. Our microfinance or microcredit loans give individuals a helping hand to get their businesses going or to help them grow their existing businesses.   Katimu is one of the small business owners that recently benefitted from a microfinance loan.  

In this video, she expresses her gratitude for the microfinance loan that will help her start her business.

You can continue to help make a difference by signing up for a recurring donation. This will support microfinance loans for deserving individuals like Katimu. You are helping provide foundational training in entrepreneurship and business capital to participants, which helps families become self-sufficient.

 Thank you again for making a difference!

With great appreciation,

Amy &The Develop Africa Team

Katimu receiving a microfinance loan
Katimu receiving a microfinance loan

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Stella making her traditional dish
Stella making her traditional dish

Dear Project Supporters,

 

Your continued support is empowering small businesses. Our microfinance or microcredit loans give individuals a helping hand to get their businesses going or to help them grow their existing businesses.   Stella is one of the small business owners that recently benefitted from a microfinance loan.   

Please check out the video of appreciation from Stella.  In the video she says:

"My name is Stella, one of the beneficiaries of the microfinance loans. I used the fund to start up a small-scale business cooking foofoo, a traditional meal, which is what I am selling. The business has helped me greatly in taking care of my son and myself thank you very much for the support.”

You can continue to help make a difference by signing up for a recurring donation. This will support microfinance loans for more deserving women like Stella.  Thank you again for making a difference!

 

With great appreciation,

The Develop Africa Team

Stella serving a customer
Stella serving a customer

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Tgidankay selling her products
Tgidankay selling her products

Dear Project Supporters,

Thank you for your continued support, which has enabled women like Tigidankay to have a better future for herself and her family. Our microfinance or microcredit loans give individuals a helping hand to get their businesses going or to help them grow their existing businesses.  

Please check out the video of appreciation from Tigidankay  In the video she says: 

"Hello, my name is Tigidankay and I am one of the microfinance beneficiaries. I used the money to expand my small business. I am retailing soap, sugar and milk. I also sell perfume spray that I give out on credit and collect payment at the end of the month. The microfinance loan has helped me be able to take care of myself and my family. Thank you!”

We are so thankful that we are empowering lives and helping them become self-sufficient.  We are overcoming poverty one family at a time.

You can continue to help make a difference by signing up for a recurring donation. This will support microfiannce loans for more deserving women like Tigidankay.  Thank you again for making a difference!

With great appreciation,

The Develop Africa Team

Merchandise that Tgidankay is selling
Merchandise that Tgidankay is selling

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Mariatu and her son
Mariatu and her son

Dear Project Supporters,

It's great to know that you have supported a good cause, but it is even more rewarding to hear from those that have benefited from your generous donations.  Microfinance loans give individuals a hand to get their businesses going or to help them grow their existing businesses.  Your generosity has enabled many different businesses; Mariatu is one of the people to recieve a microfinance loan.

Please check out the video of appreciation from Mariatu.  In the video she says:

"My name is Mariatu, one of the ladies that benefited from the microfinance loans. Fast foods and drinks is the business that the fund was used for. Thank you very much for your support, the loan has been very supportive to me and my son. God bless you."

You can continue to help make a difference by continuing to support microfiannce loans for individuals like Mariatu.  Thank you again for making a difference in Mariatu's and her son's life.

 

With great appreciation,

The Develop Africa Team

Supplies for Mariatu's business
Supplies for Mariatu's business

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Mabinty is so thankful
Mabinty is so thankful

Dear project supporters,

Thanks to your support this project has raised $570 since the last report. Through this support, we have expanded our provision of microfinance loans to additional deserving women like Mabinty.  

Mabinty has started her business - retailing assorted provisions/groceries.  She plans to use the proceeds to cover transportation, buy school supplies etc.

In this linked video,  Mabinty says thank you for her microfinance loan. YOUR support has helped Mabinty look forward to a better future for herself and her family.  We deeply appreciate your support.

We welcome your on-going support in providing full support for other microfinance loans and other projects that you can see when you click or tap on the following link for Develop Africa.

With great appreciation,
The Develop Africa Team

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Develop Africa, Inc.

Location: Johnson City, Tennessee - USA
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Project Leader:
Sylvester Renner
President, Develop Africa
Johnson City, Tennessee United States
$25,088 raised of $42,000 goal
 
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