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We hope to reach to about 2400 women with micro-credit services, 5000 with basic education on agriculture and farm inputs and build a strong organization with highly motivated manpower.

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WIN-B/PFD SMALL ENTERPRENUER
Sponsored by Partners For Development (PFD) 2005
Coverage:
Toro L. G. A. of Bauchi State
Nature of Activities:
Trainings and Micro-Credit

WIN-B/MICRO-CREDIT PROJECT
First sponsored by Heinrich Boll Foundation (HBF) from 1997 – 2001, with 54 groups made up of 2000 women beneficiaries.  The current Micro-Credit Activity is sponsored by African Development Foundation (ADF) through Diamond Development Initiative Kano.  It is a five year project starting from 2002, - 2007 with 2000 women beneficiaries.

 
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AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION (ADF), USA:- Through Diamond Development Initiative Kano.  It was a five year project from 2002, - 2007.

Nature of Activities:  Empowering rural women through the provision of micro – credit services.

 
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- Governance

Enhanced status and participation of women in decision making at all levels.

- Agriculture/Economic Empowerment

Improved capacity of disadvantaged women to earn and control income as a means of enhancing their living standard and those of their families in WEIN target communities.

- Education

Increased access of women, girls, vulnerable and out of school children to formal and informal education through strategic engagement and provision of support to target groups.

- Health

Improved health status of women, children and youth in target communities through access to quality health information and service.

- WASH (Water Sanitation and Hygiene)

Improved living standard of families through increased access in WASH services and information.

 
     
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