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Peres and Vigulu-Blessed women are twin groups with 30 members from Vihiga County, western Kenya. 


TCP Global Kenya Advisor, Dr. Imali Abala of Ohio Dominican University introduced TCP Global loan programs to her Kenya community.
 
"Thank you TCP Global for supporting and uplifting women from my community! Your impact in their lives is lasting and lifelong.”... Dr Imali J. Abala
Akoyo of the Vigulu group used a $50 loan to expand sales of comestibles (sugar, tea, milk, fruits, onions, maize and beans) and masks.  She sent a BIG thank you to TCP-Global for helping her pay school fees and improve the quality of life for her family.

Eddah, chairlady of Vigulu Blessed Women, used part of her $50 loan to improve her vegetable garden and buy seeds. With earnings from her July peanut harvest she installed irrigation for her garden.  

Eddah now supplies vegetables for her community and nearby schools and expresses gratitude to TCP-Global.
Sheila, chairlady of Peres Women used a $100 loan to buy pigs to supplement her poultry farm. Proceeds from her business help her feed her family, pay the children's school fees and improve her business. Her challenges are the high cost of feed and chicken flu.  
Loice (Peres Women) received a $100 loan to expand her banana farm which supplies vendors at the nearby open market in Luanda. She also grows and sells vegetables such as collard greens. Loice is grateful for the benefits brought to her, her family and her village. 
 
Adhiambo (Peres Women) used a $100 loan to open a tailor shop. She is one of the best seamstresses in her village and now employs and trains an assistant.

Adhiambo is using her profits to expand her shop and feed her family. She says the TCP-Global funds have made her dreams come true.

Luvaliza
(Vigulu Women)
 
used a $50 loan for two businesses:  selling onions, salt, oil, tea and other small items at an open market and selling maize from her home where she can protect it from the rain. Her profits enable her to feed her family, pay  school fees and expand her business.  
"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
 
TCP Global requests your support to:

1) Connect TCP Global to a grassroots partner like YOGI in Nepal. Join the TCP Global team in zoom sessions to support the loan program.  

2) Forward this notice so others can learn from Judith in Uganda the difference a small loan makes.

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


4) Make a donation like RPCVs of Chicago, Kansas City, Long Island and Madison-Wisconsin, and Friends of Colombia and Nepal.  
Until Peace Corps is back in the field, TCP Global is a good substitute for Peace Corps Partnership Projects for supporting development in small and remote communities around the world.
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