BANNER AND HIS FAMILY, like many others in Nigeria, suffered extreme hardship at the hands of Boko Haram. The terrorist group killed Banner’s father and captured his mother and three siblings. The captured family members managed to escape after several weeks and were joyfully reunited with their loved ones. But it was only a matter… Read more
SALT Microfinance Solutions
Kostya from Ukraine learned valuable principles of saving money after he joined a SALT savings group. “My eyes opened wide when SALT came here,” he said. “I am very happy that God moved your hearts to help us understand many basic things.” When Kostya sought the Lord’s wisdom for ways to expand his income without… Read more
Are your neighbors in North America a new “unreached people group”? Do your neighbors know who Jesus is?
But with the costs of food, shelter, school fees, and other expenses, his minimal income is not enough to meet the family’s needs.
Give a man a fish and feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and feed him for a lifetime. This age-old saying is full of common sense wisdom.
Banner and his family, suffered extreme hardship at the hands of Boko Haram. The terrorists killed Banner’s father and captured his mother.
Growing up without parents, Julmiste’s life in Haiti was not easy. His father abandoned the family before Julmiste was born.
We are often amazed when we look at the income levels of people in developing countries. How can they can make it? Where do they spend their money?
The SALT Agri-Plus program is helping farmers in developing countries find a way out of hunger.Our goal is to help farmers find solutions to these problems.
Polash* struggled with financial needs. He couldn’t provide sufficient food for his family. They requested a $35 USD loan from the savings group
Haitian farmers are excited about a new variety of bean they learned about through CAM’s SALT Agri-Plus program. The new yielded 57% more than the other.
People who have struggled to support themselves are discovering ways to provide an income.
SALT savings group members in Myanmar are excited about the gradual change they are experiencing. “Before the savings group started, I was borrowing money with 30 percent interest,” said Ma Pi, a widow with five children.
Over 234,000 hours of Biblical teaching at SALT meetings. We commit the spiritual harvest to God,who has promised that His Word will accomplish its purpose.
My husband and I recently accompanied the SALT team to a microloan disbursement meeting in a poor neighborhood of Tipitapa, Nicaragua. This microloan group started when Juan, a man from this area, asked CAM for money for woodworking tools. Our staff told him why we don’t just hand out money and informed him about the SALT program. Inspired, Juan then helped to get a microloan group started.