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May 18, 2010

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May 18, 2010

Indego Africa is part of a growing change in the non-profit world. By helping to educate and employ the women of Rwanda, Indego Africa is offering a hand up to those who need it, not in a temporary way, but in a lasting way.

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In hearing interview with the women who are served both in the schools and those who are on salary constructing the handicrafts.

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2010

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May 18, 2010

Indego Africa is a remarkable organization creating opportunities for social entrepreneurship for the women of Rwanda. Indego Africa partners with cooperatives in Rwanda to sell their beautiful handicrafts. One of the reasons I love working with Indego Africa is because of their dedication to the women they work with. They return 100% of profits to the cooperatives through their comprehensive training programs. These programs provide skills for the women in financial management, computers, literacy, and entrepreneurship. Indego Africa works to ensure that these women will have the skills and knowledge to raise themselves out of poverty, and pursue personal successes.

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seeing the incredible success stories of the Rwandan women from the cooperatives! It is amazing seeing how the women's business skills, and capabilities keep improving as time goes by.

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2010

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May 18, 2010

Indego Africa provides local Rwandan women with the opportunity to advance their craftsmanship while also learning essential business skills. My interest and work with Indego Africa was sparked by the organizations unique approach to social entrepreneurship whereby the organization works alongside local women to create revenue streams for their goods in addition to business training. Thus, the women become true small business owners and work together to achieve personal and professional fulfillment. The collaborative and innovative approach Indego Africa takes sets it apart from other non-profits.

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The improvement in the livelihoods of the local women is evident in the revenues they bring home to their families to pay for food, schooling, etc.

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May 18, 2010

I became aware of Indego Africa Project about two years ago, and was immediately attracted to the idea behind the organization: the alleviation of poverty through entrepreneurial and sustainable growth. Through partnerships with cooperatives of women in Rwanda and the sale of their handicrafts, as well as local training programs,IAP has made a significant social impact. Increased income for women, better housing conditions, greater food security and an overall enhanced quality of life have all been apparent through their work. I have had the opportunity to witness their work first-hand as a volunteer in fundraising and development, and am proud to be a part of an organization that is presenting tangible and sustainable results.

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The story of Emelienne Nyiramana and her eligibility for the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Entrepreneurship Certificate Program, thanks to business training through IAP.

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2010

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