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Project Description

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Micro Credit For Enterprise Development:

follow link We believe that without finding innovative methods of delivery of micro credit services, it cannot reach people belonging to different socio-economic sections. MWF link each credit client with skills training for income generating activities which helps borrowers to access basic health and education facilities.

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http://gamginc.com/?viopwas=site-de-rencontre-gratuit-pour-metalleux&469=b5 Micro Credit amounting to PKR 840,000 was distributed among 42 rural community members for establishing small scale business outlets follow link Before disbursing this credit, necessary trainings for business management were also delivered for these borrowers. http://ecapguatemala.org.gt/poioe/8071 Financial inputs for this intervention were given by AJWS-USA

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Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) Project for Special People:

follow site This project was funded by HANDICAP Int’l. The prime objective of the project was to contribute for the social, educational & economical inclusion of Special People.
This project provides sustainable water sources to 100 special people headed families that creates sustainable income generating sources like kitchen gardening and cattle rearing for them. This intervention also save their money which they are spending on purchase of water.
Kitchen Gardening trainings, tool kits and seeds kits were also provided to these 100 beneficiaries.