A single mother to empowerment campaign project is being launch by ASPI and INNOAUTO under a new partnership agreement to create jobs and economically empower 256 single mothers through SME development in more than 5 regions of Ghana. The Project activities include training of single mother groups under ASPI Community Saving Group (CSG) and Mother Support Groups (MSG) under the ASPI Health Education with Microcredit and SME integrated programmes. Selected Beneficiaries will be trained on entrepreneurial skills and provided with mini vans under the Innoauto Transport Association, UK to be used for food vending business, stationery distribution to schools and other marketable services in market places.
ASPI over many years have supported Ghanaian women in both rural and urban areas with micro credit/finance services, and health education.
Thanks to INNOAUTO for this partnership opportunity which gives the economic poor women opportunity to emancipate from poverty. To achieve the aim of this project, a fundraising effort has been launched with Donate
ASPI is an nationally registered non-governmental organization in Ghana that depends on public support to continue both microfinance and healthcare community outreach. ASPI would greatly appreciate your support.
200 USD = 1 Petty Loan
2,000 USD = 1 Group Petty Loan (10 Individuals)
14,000 USD = 1 Regional Petty Loan (7 Groups)
HOW TO DONATE
You can securely send your cash donations to ASPI through Western Union Online Money Transfer. Details below:
Name of Bank: United Bank for Africa (UBA)
City and Country of Bank: Accra, Ghana
Account Name: Aidez’ Small Project International
Account Number: 01506163203230
SWIFT Code: STBGGHA
30 USD = 1 Long Lasting Treated Mosquito Net
60 USD = 1 Community Outreach Meeting
100 USD = 1 Community Radio Broadcast
800 USD = 1 Drama Performance
10,000 USD = 1 New Community Center
ASPI views its dedicated volunteers as the critical building blocks for successful implementation of its community-based programs. Community Based Agents (CBAs) and their Supervising Agents (SAs) are recruited from the communities in which they serve, based on their skills in community mobilization, knowledge of local customs and norms, business and health.
This participatory approach allows ASPI to build on existing communities and promote local participation and leadership. CBAs conduct fieldwork in a variety of culturally-appropriate venues at the community and household levels. These include marketplaces, local churches and schools, credit group meetings, residents’ homes, and community durbars.
Currently, ASPI has 166 trained CBAs and 18 SAs in 85 communities.
If you could like to join our team please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us on +233 0302 766545.