2 billion people worldwide have no access to financial services, such as a checking or savings account, credit or investment capital. Breaking the cycle of poverty requires simple, accessible and sustainable solutions.
Communities are trained in “table banking”, a community savings and loan system that offers those who have little income and virtually no access to banks or loans the ability to save and to borrow funds to start and maintain small income-generating projects.
Microfinance and Loans
Entrepreneurs, who stimulate business development in a society, are not lacking in Zimbabwe, however, access to capital is. Identifying, working with and investing in these businesses will spur economic growth, not just for a family, but for an entire village.