Gallery: SALT Microfinance Back to photo gallery SALT savings groupsSALT Microfinance SolutionsMrs. Helen Yakubu (center) and Patience (right) at the vocational school in Nigeria.Charan and his family mix mud to make bricks.Villagers in Ghana disperse grain they stored and saved for “hunger season,” the time of year when many Ghanaians suffer from lack of food.SALT-Microfinance-SolutionsMicroloan30,780 savings group members and microloan clients benefited from the program. There were 27,038 clients at the end of 2017.Bangladesh$74.15 was the average accumulated saving per savings group member (January - November)BangladeshZacharia uses only choice cuts of goat to make sure his meat is the best in the area.Microloan MeetingThe Salt savings group helped Amolk and Labonya build a house for their familySasha is excited about what he’s learning at SALT meetings.Haiti has great potential for agriculture when the land is utilized properly.Cambodians are learning to provide for themselves through SALT savings groups. Many of them are hearing about Jesus for the first time.Instructor Jim Weaver stands with the group of future mechanics who are training under his direction.A new metal grain bin provided by the Agri-Plus program.A young man in Ghana checks grain in a traditional grain storage bin. Since weevils are a common problem in storage bins like this, SALT Agri-Plus is introducing metal storage bins similar to the one below. Ghanaians will store the grain in the metal bins until hunger season, a time of the year when food and income are scarce.“I want to give to others like I’ve been helped.” —Yvette Charles, microloan client in HaitiA native instructor in Bangladesh.Instructor Todd Boone teaches a session on nonresistance.Christina at her store.Jihikel (center) helps his family make baskets to sell.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERABoy in BangladeshGroup of peopleMan in NicaraguaChapal and his pigDragos shows off his greenhouseDragos shows CAM staff his greenhouse, built with Family-Self-Support funds, and shares how this small business is helping him provide for his family.Salt MeetingSALT started in the African countries of Namibia and Mozambique.SALT MapOver 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.Women in Ghana gather corn that has been drying in the sun. This will feed their families until the next harvest.Kalith and Narmeen are pleased with their new business of selling ice cream.SALT Agri-Plus ProgramBeforeSALT Agri-Plus ProgramAfterSALT Agri-Plus ProgramRohingya CampThis savings group calls themselves the “Friendship Group.” Their SALT meetings are held at a school that teaches adults who never learned to read or write due to South Sudan’s longstanding war. Some students from the school are part of the group.Dayaal and Sahni stand in front of the pit where they dig for clay to make bricks. Dayaal is holding the mold they use to shape these bricks.Edmond from Haiti was once so discouraged with farming that he quit. Then he discovered tips through SALT Agri-Plus that made a huge difference.BangladeshMicrofinance SolutionsJacob from Nigeria (left) once thought it would require a huge amount of money to start a business. Through SALT teaching he found out otherwise. Here, a SALT Nigeria staff member is visiting Jacob at his bread and tea business. SALT staff members regularly visit clients to offer encouragement and advice to help them succeed.“Just as I have been blessed, my vision is to help others in our neighborhood.”SALT Agri-Plus meeting.SALT Agri-PlusFrancis and Grace'sFrancis and Grace's childrenSALT Microfinance SolutionsA young Rohingya boy learns about the value of composting from SALT Agri-Plus workers.SALT Agri-PlusRural mountain farmers struggle to survive on extremely eroded farmland in Haiti.SALT Agri-PlusLaurantShayan with his ice cream cart and some pleased customers.SALT Microfinance SolutionsSavings group meetingSavings group member in Myanmar.SALT Agri-PlusAahan, center, with his brother and father in his fruit and vegetable shop.SALT Microfinance SolutionsCharan and his family mix mud to make bricks.SALT Microfinance SolutionsSalt Microfinance SolutionsSALT Microfinance SolutionsCommunity Silos help Elijah preserve his crops.SALT Savings GroupSALT savings group member in Tanzania.A savings group member with a load of beehives.Amolika with sheep that her family is raising.Aahan, center, with his brother and father in his fruit and vegetable shop.SALT Agri-Plus staff members in Haiti discuss a bean crop with a group of farmers.A SALT savings group meeting in Namibia.FransinaSALT Microfinance SolutionsSALT Microfinance SolutionsGarbage collectorsSALT Microfinance SolutionsAurop from Bangladesh earns money doing computer work. This enables his younger sister to attend school.SALT Microfinance SolutionsChristian Aid Ministries SALT Microfinance SolutionsTwelve-year-old Fransco participates in a SALT Microfinance savings meeting in Haiti.Twelve-year-old Fransco participates in a SALT Microfinance savings meeting in Haiti.AfterSALT Microfinance SolutionsBeforeSALT Microfinance SolutionsA SALT group member hangs a beehive.SALT Microfinance SolutionsSALT MICROFINANCE SOLUTIONS helps people use their skills and resources to provide for their families.Monthly SponsorshipChristian Aid Ministries SALT Microfinance SolutionsThe Salt & Light program was launched to provide Bible-based financial teaching here in the US.