Bosh Bosh was established by Charlene Espinoza when she was a Peace Corps Volunteer (PCV) in Salala, Liberia in 2011. In 2020, Liberia PCV Karlin Scudder connected Bosh Bosh to TCP Global.
These Gbarnga women say that 'Knowledge is Power" and therefore they want to continue sewing classes with Bosh Bosh. They are working to build a better future and are grateful to TCP Global for opening doors for them.
Bendu's 6 month loan of $365 increased her earnings by $60 so she could pay school fees and further expand her business.
Yamah added used clothes to her cold drink business. A $45 increase in profit helps her pay school fees and health care.
Oretha's three-month loan of $90 helped her buy firewood and materials for her soap business.
Profits help her pay rent on her house and feed and educate her children.
In just over 2 years, Bosh Bosh used $16,500 from TCP Global to issue 562 loans worth$104,345.
With excellent management, a little goes a very long way.
Bendu added to her shop inventory.
Deborah sells hair products.
Varbar sells fish and water.
Bosh-Bosh Gbarnga qualifies for an additional $2000 which we do not currently have. Will you help?
"The developing world is full of entrepreneurs and visionaries who, with access to education, equity and credit would play a key role in developing the economic situation in their countries." Muhammad Yunus
For more info, contact TCPGlobal@peacecorpsconnect.org