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Annual Reports & Statements

Annual Reports & Statements

What We Do

Sustainable Livelihoods 
Livelihood skills refer to the vocational and technical capabilities that enhance a person’s efficiency and productivity. These empower people to improve their economic and community circumstances, whatever they may be.

Functional Literacy 
The ability to read and write is at the very core of the skills and tools that people need to improve the quality of their life. Literacy and numeracy are the basis on which people build competencies that complement and extend their natural abilities.

Responsible Microfinance 
Microfinance is the provision of financial services to the very poor. In this regard, microfinance is by definition more than just credit and loans. It is critical that microfinance services include savings accounts, because the desire and capacity to save (even the smallest surplus) represent a key step towards economic self- sufficiency. Learning how to manage a household budget is also a motivator, as many microfinance institutionss require clients to save for a period before they qualify for credit. Similarly, many require clients to repay their first loan before they can borrow again.


 

Financials

Audited Financial Statements

WEAL 2017 Audited Financial Statement 

WEAL 2016 Audited Financial Statement

WEAL 2015 Audited Financial Statement

WEAL 2014 Audited Financial Statement

WEAL 2013 Audited Financial Statement

WEAL 2012 Audited Financial Statement

WEAL 2011 Audited Financial Statement

WEAL 2010 Audited Financial Statement

WEAL 2009 Audited Financial Statement

WEAL 2008 Audited Financial Statement

WEAL 2007 Audited Financial Statement

WEAL 2006 Audited Financial Statement

WEAL 2005 Audited Financial Statement

WEAL 2004 Audited Financial Statement

Annual Reports

 

 

 

 

 

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