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Introducing myself and my journal: THE RURAL WOMEN AND HER HOPE

About Me:
I am young boy of 24 years, whom after my first degree at the university of Cape Coast in Ghana, have didecated my life to working of women especially the underprivilage in the rural women and the children.

Although, not yet marry i have passion of the disvadvantage mother and children, due to this I strated( 2010) my own project: KATCHITO WOMEN TRUST(KATCHITO in Gonja means Self-Help) creating a financial environment of the underprivilege and vulnerable women to have access to small and medium loans to better their a lot and improve the children educational levels.

since 2010 t0 2011 the project has disbursded loans to 250 menbers to improve their businesses.

My Passions:

My Challenges:
little finance to support women and mean of transport to go rural communities

My Vision for the Future:
To create an indigenous women non- bank centre the would advance small to medium loan to women to sustain the business, child education and health

My Areas of Expertise:


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