THP-Benin Fosters Growth For Small Tradeswomen

In Benin, The Hunger Project exceeded Madame Djaria's expectations when a small loan went a long way towards making her business grow.

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How to Succeed in Business, THP in Uganda


Munanukye Venance began a small venture in animal husbandry, after attending THP-Uganda trainings in 2004. Today his clever business sense has made the diverse and sustainable enterprise a success. He stands as an outstanding example for his community.

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Microfinance Leader Ensures 100 Percent Repayment Rate


Madame Djalla is president of the Kissamey Epicenter's Microfinance Program Committee. As such, she leads 17 women's groups and has developed a monitoring system to ensure that her group members repay their loans on time.

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Small Farming in Ghana with THP


Alhakatu Umaru spent too much of her budget buying food and was left with too little to support her small business. Then, a grant from The Hunger Project-Ghana allowed her to make a small investment, with big returns.

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Finding New Beginnings with THP in Ethiopia

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Derare Hirpha, a 37-year-old married mother of six is a Jaldu Epicenter Committee member and secretary of the management committee for the Rural Bank. When she was young, she was abducted, forced to marry her abductor and lost all hopes of an education. Thanks to THP, Derare has returned to reading and writing, is learning business management, generating her own income and owns various assets.

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Leadership and New Beginnings in Malawi's HIV+ Community


Meet Elizabeth Kalimbuka, one of THP's specialized HIV/AIDS animators who has built up a bustling business. Elizabeth is a shining star in her community and a great example of the importance of supporting HIV-positive community members.

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Leader in Ghana Increases Her Income by 600%

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Comfort Kissiwaa has been actively involved in helping to shape life in her community. She says her association with THP has helped to change her from a timid and shy person to an outspoken person, full of confidence and drive.

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Ugandan Woman Food Farmer Chairs Women's Group and Village Loan Committee


Mukama Hajira has seen her enterprising efforts grow since joining THP in 2003, and she is now putting her children through school, diversifying her income and chairing the Village Loan Committee.

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AWFFI Partners Increase Loan Repayment Rates


Update to the Global Board (October 2008). Due to unfavorable farming conditions, microfinance partners have faced challenges repaying their loans on time. However, with the help of the epicenter and loan committees, partners have increased their repayment rates by 13 percent.

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April 2008: Update to the Global Board (AWFFI)


Since the last Board update, the African Woman Food Farmer Initiative (AWFFI) microfinance program continues to expand its credit services in the eight Hunger Project African countries.

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