Tag Archives: VSLA

december links.

Trying out something new. If nothing else, I should at least be able to share a monthly handful links that struck a chord with me. The racism, stereotypes, and wrong conclusions in some attempts to bring attention to poverty. The … Continue reading

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what i do.

Since I’m flying home this Sunday, I thought I’d write an entry summing up what I’ve been up to here in Uganda. My writings about work have been few and far between, but I really have been working a lot, … Continue reading

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village savings and loan associations.

One of the pieces of my work that makes me hopeful that what I’m doing is making a difference is training Village Savings and Loan Associations (VSLAs). VSLAs are a way of bringing small-scale, community-based financial services to the rural … Continue reading

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7 things.

More detailed stuff about work soon, but a quick list instead for now. This week I: 1. Went to Kenya… …where I went on bumper cars, saw Kung Fu Panda in the movie theatre, and went to hear live Luo … Continue reading

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