Research we carried showed that Microfinances have saved families living in poverty to save for long term goals such as the kids’ education and emergencies.

Most of the rural areas do not have banks and even if banks did exist the indigenes making $3 or $5 a day cannot save up in a bank to be given a loan. Because of this, our small micro-finance program is training and encouraging parents to coordinate among themselves a monthly or weekly contributions through the use of mobile money and support one another with small loans from among themselves. Our vision is to create a lending system that will support these families to step up and improve their livelihoods save some money for long term goals.