Partnering with Changemakers in Africa
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TCP GLOBAL'S 2020 expansion in Africa is primarily through 3 umbrella organizations using micro-loans as an additional tool for anti-poverty tool kits. In areas lacking specialized NGOs, these organizations do it all:  health, electric & internet connectivity, food security, roads, education  economic empowerment, & protecting the vulnerable
Dr John Dada, CEO of FANTSUAM Foundation, has an impressive resume of international awards and achievements. He chose to leave the comfort of ex-pat life and for over 15 years has worked to improve the overall quality of life for rural Nigerians  ---food security, legal protection, internet connectivity, economic empowerment, social welfare benefits and education.  Fantsuam is now responsible for 3 TCP Global sites. 
Ajaga Innocent promotes sustainable agriculture and reforestation through CCEDUC in the North of Uganda where one of the world's largest migrant camps nearby places added stress on the environment. CCEDUC introduced TCP Global loans to two women's savings groups in May, two more in September and has four more ready to start. 
Potentiel Terre in Niger is part of a global effort to address root causes of poverty including adaptation to climate change. Zakari Hassane works to Improve opportunities and quality of life so migration becomes a choice rather than a necessity. PT grew from 33 borrowers in February to 77 nine months later. 

TCP Global partners teach organic farming methods to improve yield on land degraded by Industrialized agriculture. Crop rotation and use of animal waste as fertilizer are cheaper and safer and produce healthier food.  TCP Global loans help subsistence  farmers make the transition to sustainable agricultural practices. 
Results from these partners in Africa
NANEY, led by RPCV Jocelyn Farrington, in Niger, uses TCP Global grants to fund peanut and sheep loans. ASLA, led by Hamidou Thiaw, in Senegal, trains impoverished urban women in income generating activities, like soap making. Jocelyn and Hamidou also started Africa Experts Incorporated (AEI) in 2019 to elevate and promote African solutions and African expertise. TCP Global’s model, with maximum decision-making at the local level, lines up nicely with AEI’s philosophy.


The best thing we can do for poverty is create prosperity.     Muhammad Yunus
How you can support TCP Global:
1) Connect us, like Elyse did, with potential loan partners in marginalized communities 

2) Forward this notice 

3) Volunteer like Michelle, to mentor a loan program in a country you know well

4) Make a
donation  like Hyon O'Brien of Miami, Florida  

Why I give to TCP Global

I grew up in South Korea as a child who was deprived of lots of things. I was born three years before the Korean War (1950-53) and the Korea I know from that time on until I left in 1969 for the U.S.A. was a poor country, not the one the world knows now as the world’s 11th richest country. I had no toys. I walked to school 3 miles each way rain or shine, freezing or steaming. No one had a car for private use except the richest few. We had outhouses, no flush toilets. We had water pumped from a well. When we got a telephone installed we celebrated. Of course, we never saw washer and dryer. The day we bought a refrigerator we knew it would be displayed in the living room as a status symbol. My list could go on and on. 

All these reasons make me feel deeply for those who live right now in some corner of the globe without so many basic things. I am grateful we can help now. I will be a supporter of this project as long as I live. Now that I can afford to help out, it is my delight that we’ve found an organization as trustworthy as TCP Global. 

Hyon is president of the Rotary Club of Bal Harbor and a columnist for the Korea Times. She met her husband, Tim, when she was a Peace Corps language instructor in South Korea and he was a PCV. 
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