Leila lives in a remote village in northern Ghana. A loan and training has transformed her farm.
Caroline owns a popular fruit and vegetable stall in Kampala. She is the sole carer to her four grandchildren.
Philomene is a smallholder farmer in the Democratic Republic of Congo. She's expanded her business and changed her life with training from Opportunity International.
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Bettina is 24 and currently expecting her third child. She left school after primary school - primary education is free in Malawi but secondary school is not and her parents couldn’t afford to send her.
Living in a remote village in Malawi, Bettina had little access to education, skills training or finance. When Opportunity International visited her village and offered a new programme focused on empowering young people, Bettina knew that this was her big opportunity.
Bettina (centre) with members of her Youth group.She joined a youth loans group and received financial training, a business loan and group support. Bettina started a grocery business, which is now thriving. With a secure income she has been able to furnish her home. She is also saving for the future and hopes to send her children to secondary school.
Vida is a smart, determined 25-year-old with big ambitions for her future. She wants to be a fashion designer. Vida lives with her parents and seven younger siblings in a remote village in Western Ghana.
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