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Projects Abroad Mircro-finance Project – Accra, Ghana – Monthly Reports

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2014 |  2013

Monthly Reports from 2014

Monthly Report - November - December 2014

Our vision is to establish projects in rural communities that help to alleviate unemployment and support development. We aim to improve living conditions in village communities and focus on basic human rights such as clean water, education and health.

Monthly Report - July - August 2014

Our vision is to establish projects in rural communities that help to alleviate unemployment and support development. We aim to improve living conditions in village communities and focus on basic human rights such as clean water, education and health.

Monthly Report - January - February 2014

2014 is a significant year for the Projects Abroad Micro-finance Project in Ghana. This is because the project has received its greatest number of volunteers since its introduction. The past year was very successful considering the loans which were given to small businesses in villages such as Akwadum, Akokoa and Kwamoso.

Monthly Reports from 2013

Monthly report – July 2013

Since the last report (27th June, Sienna Hickey) a lot of new developments are in progress. PAMF Koforidua is still active in three villages; Akokoa, Akwadum and Kwamoso. At the end of this report there is an overview containing the repayment information of these villages. The first big development is an accountancy quiz which has so far taken place in Akwadum.

Monthly report – June 2013

Projects Abroad Micro-finance is currently working with 3 groups of women in three different villages in the New Juaben District of the Eastern Region of Ghana. The first group are from the well known village of Akokoa and is formed up of petty traders and food sellers.

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