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In country sustainable Micro Loan Program
This is a no fee, no interest loan program. We offer short term, long term, and educational loans. Once paid off, 100% of the original loan is then rolled over to fund the next woman.
This means your donation will KEEP ON GIVING for many years to come!
To ensure each woman succeeds, we work with them for 2 years after their loan is paid off.
Did you know we have OVER 300 WOMEN in our program?
35% of our loans are directly funded by donors like you! The other 65% of these loans are funded by ROLLOVER funds!
Prior to starting a business, we offer 4-day long business training programs, as well as a mentorship program with 5 of our employees in Burkina Faso. We help these women write their business plan, we find the funding to start their business, and we work with them through the entirety of their loan.
Government Certified Sewing School Program
We currently have 30 women enrolled in our Sewing School. It is a 2-3 year long program depending on their education level and ability to pass the government certification test.
During School, the students have an in-service project where they make period pads for their community. Once they graduate, they are equipped to either run their own business, work for the government, or provide tailoring services to their community.
We have started a Period Pad Project in 5 villages where we educate women on their health, their bodies, and the importance of their identity in Christ.
Now partnered with "Days for Girls", we provide sex education, health care training, pads, and underwear to women who otherwise wouldn't have access to any of these resources.
These women are only provided with dry land, and none of the tools or resources required to maintain it. They are expected to produce food with nothing. We help them by plowing their fields, and by providing the seed, fertilizer, and water sources to help them feed their families.
To provide the water sources for the Agricultural Program, we need wells and pumps. We test to find water, drill, and install pumps to set up the irrigation systems for many women.
Local Women's Empowerment
We are in partnership with Scarlet Road, a local organization dedicated to helping sex trafficked women here in Kitsap County.