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2020 events prompted realization that a team comprised solely of RPCVs does not reflect the world.

Reaching outside our ranks brought a wealth of new perspectives and opportunities.
It was easier than we thought to find talented volunteers already  helping others-- just for the joy of service.

Being of the community, they accomplish far more than our good intentions. Empowered as members of the team, they share ways to improve the TCP Global loan program. 
Innocent (left) and two CCEDUC  staff helped 22 women's groups issue 500+ loans in the first year. 

They offer a host of services,   backed by volunteers.
 


Volunteer teachers nurture children in the CCEDUC orphanage and school.

Volunteer nurses provide health services. 
Former Nepal Peace Corps language instructor, Yogi Kayastha, recommends and provides oversight for loan programs in remote villages.

Without Yogi, these programs wouldn't thrive or even exist.

 
Since Dr. Luvaga of Iowa State and Dr. Abala of Ohio Dominican have ties to their villages in Kenya, they find good partners and are effective mentors.

The TCP Global team also benefits from their academic perspective.



Besides TCP Global loans, the women are working with local leaders to implement water and sanitation improvements and have opened a library in rural Kenya.
Mahaman, a Potentiel Terre (PT) volunteer helps women    access TCP Global loans. 

Zakari and PT in turn help  other non-profits learn the TCP Global system. 
Ibrahim Boubacar, (top L) a former Niger Peace Corps Ag consultant, now lives in the U.S.  His experience and fluency in local languages  are  invaluable to both Zakari (top R) and Chris Roesel, Director for Africa programs (lower R) 


John Dada's FANTSUAM brings internet connectivity and training to 53 rural Nigeria communities. 
In the last six months, FANTSUAM sponsored seven new loan programs that issued over 100 loans in a region plagued by unrest.  
“Human beings have enormous resilience"   Muhammad Yunus

"We just need to get them the resources they need "...  TCP Global
How you can support TCP Global:
 
1) Connect us with potential loan partners in marginalized communities like Michelle did in Nepal.

2) Forward this notice so others can learn from a TCP Global borrower how a little capital can have a huge impact. 

3) Volunteer to mentor a loan program in a country you know well like Elyse does. 

4) Make a
donation like 80 individuals have done so far this year, donating from $10 to $10,000.

 
100% of donations are distributed as micro-loans and matched annually by repayments. 

A GREAT return on your charitable investment.
For more information, contact TCPGlobal@peacecorpsconnect.org
Good DEEDS DAY SIERRA LEONE   Helpful Links
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