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It is exciting to see hundred of individuals empowered with micro loans! Will you join Hope 4 Africa in the commitment of being a giver of hope? Will you prayerfully contemplate helping and empowering the poor in
Jesus' Name? Please give a financial gift to Hope 4 Africa today!
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Hope 4 Africa, Inc.
P.O. Box 4355
Warren, Ohio 44482
Hope 4 Africa, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charity - all contributions are tax-deductible.
Around the world many
creative, intelligent people are mired in poverty
because they lack access to capital. Micro-lending
can make the difference between economic entrapment
and the realization of their dreams.
Hope 4 Africa believes micro-lending can be a powerful force in changing the world for the better and
loving as Christ loved means caring for physical and spiritual needs of others.
Hope 4 Africa ministers to people in rural villages in Burkina Faso, West Africa. Hope 4 Africa's loan programs offer a sustainable alternative to the short-term forms of charity which have often left a wake of disempowerment in developing countries. Microfinance demands ownership and active participation from the beneficiaries of the loans. Microloan recipients can take pride in knowing their hard work has made a difference between poverty and provision.
The microfinance industry
places great emphasis on sustainability for the
borrowers and the institutions.
Hope 4 Africa has a hope for each borrower where their business growth is self-sufficient in providing for their families. Because the funds received from Hope 4 Africa are not gifts or grants but rather loans, borrowers must repay them. As with a traditional bank loan, the borrower pays interest on the loan. This repayment enables Hope 4 Africa to reach additional borrowers with the same funds.
In just eighteen months, Hope 4 Africa has issued over 700 loans to women who live in rural villages outside the capital city of Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso.