Financial hardship plagued 25-year-old Geline* from Haiti. The little income she made from her roadside cosmetics stand seemed to slip through her fingers. She struggled to keep enough money on hand to buy the supplies she needed to keep her little store stocked. In...
Srey La noticed the SALT facilitators who ate at the restaurant beside her. It didn’t take long for her to become interested in a SALT.
Chesa arrived at the Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh in 2018 with few belongings and no place to call home.
His village of Uba, Nigeria, was overrun by radical Islamic Boko Haram fighters several years ago.
After receiving Bible-based business teaching and working with his local SALT group to formulate a business plan, Hanrell got a loan of $140.