Overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice. It is the protection of a fundamental human right, the right to dignity and a decent life. Nelson Mandela

Village Trainers in Action

September 30, 2014

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    Training can happen anywhere. Here's in Cambodia. We're gathering under the shade of a mango tree.
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    A mat, a board and a group of enthusiastic villagers - that's all our Trainers need to start a class.
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    Another training is underway under a house.
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    A village hall is a popular training place in Fiji.
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    Or outside someone's house.
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    A proper classroom in Nepal.
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    We help our MFI partners design and produce training materials.
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    Our trainee in Cambodia with her workbook where she draws up her dream.
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    Another trainee with her dream board showing off her financial goals.
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    A house, children's education, a farm, a motorbike and savings. Everyone's sharing similar dreams.
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    Training is not only about having a dream, but making it happen. A trainee in Tonga with her financial diary, where she learns a savings habit.

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