Two couples, the “Smiths” and the “Joneses,” attended CAM’s Salt and Light program at a Mennonite church in Pennsylvania.
SALT Microfinance Solutions
COVID-19 has affected most countries where there are SALT operations. In some locations they are able to meet, but have many precautions in place.
As our Agri-Plus technician Edmond says, “I used to be happy with a three-fold harvest, but now I look for ways to increase my yields every year.”
Like many others, Dayaal operates a brick making business. During the winter when unable to farm, he and his wife work together to make bricks.
Leap Sen from Cambodia was troubled that her 11-year-old son wasn’t able to attend school. Her husband’s job as a brick mason didn’t bring enough funds.
Some of our newest SALT savings groups are helping people utilize their finacial resources to restore hope for South Sudan.
A SALT* savings group in Tanzania decided to start a beekeeping project since it doesn’t require a large investment and shows great potential.
When the SALT Agri-Plus program started in Anowora’s camp, it provided her with the opportunity to support herself and her young son.
The teaching Kalith* and his wife Narmeen received prompted them to begin a small business to provide for them and their two sons.
Sixty-five-year-old Markus was once a successful business owner. But his livelihood was shattered when Boko Haram swept through Nigeria.
Before I came in contact with SALT . . . I didn’t see any need to do things to keep my customers coming back,” said Emilia from Ghana, West Africa.
Although Naisha’s* husband worked hard as a day laborer in Bangladesh, he struggled to provide enough income for his family’s needs. Naisha longed to help her husband in the struggle to provide. When CAM’s SALT Microfinance Solutions program offered vocational classes in Naisha’s area, she decided to join the class. Here, she learned the skill… Read more
Ismail grew up in the remote, Ugandan village of Oraba. His father was a truck driver, one of the few job opportunities besides farming in his village. When Ismail was a young boy, his father lost an arm in a traffic accident. Along with losing his arm, Ismail’s father also lost his truck-driving job. The… Read more
What was once Bangladesh’s only wild game reserve forest is now home to the largest refugee camp in the world. The Rohingya people fled senseless violence and pillaging of their villages in Myanmar and made their homes in this forested area in Bangladesh. In less than a year, the refugee settlement grew to over a… Read more
Are your neighbors in North America a new “unreached people group”? Do your neighbors know who Jesus is?