Hope through Economic Opportunity
The Kamadougou Savings Group, a women’s collective started and supported by World Vision Niger, empowers women economically for the benefit of their communities, homes and most importantly, their children. This group, started in September 2017, through weekly contributions of 500 FCFA, has already generated an impressive 750,000 FCFA from their activities, creating a solid base for loans and savings for its 30 members. These members have the opportunity to change their lives through the capital available to them to start businesses, take their kids through school and provide for their families in times of crisis and joy.
Learn more about how savings groups fit into World Vision's larger Livelihood and Resilience programmes and see how this work is equipping families to be able to provide for the needs of their children.