VILLAGE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION / VSLA

IN UGANDA

Area of Intervention: Microfinance

 

Project: Creation, training and monitoring of Village Savings and Loans Associations (VSLA) groups in the Sironko District.

Number of Beneficiaries: 4788

 

Main activities:

1) To provide the financial resources needed for the development of these VSLAs, such as covering the overall costs of trainings and basic working stationaries ;

2) To provide the financial ressources for the monitoring and instant data collection of all 133 groups through an elementary phone application ;

3) To support the implementation through technical assistance provided by Seeds volunteers.

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Area of Intervention: Microfinance

 

Project: Creation, training and monitoring of Village Savings and Loans Associations (VSLA) groups in the Manafwa District.

Number of Beneficiaries: 40

 

Main activities:

1) To provide the necessary training to our local partner organisations ; 

2) To provide the financial resources needed for the development of these VSLAs, such as covering the overall costs of trainings and basic working stationaries ; 

3) To conduct qualitative impact assessment through their first 12 months cycle ;

4) To support the implementation through technical assistance provided by Seeds volunteers.

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Area of Intervention: Microfinance

 

Project: Creation, training and monitoring of Village Savings and Loans Associations (VSLA) groups in the Bududa District.

 

Number of Beneficiaries: 2480

Main activities:

1) To provide the necessary training to our local partner organisations ; 

2) To provide the financial resources needed for the development of these VSLAs, such as covering the overall costs of trainings and basic working stationaries ; 

3) To conduct qualitative impact assessment through their first 12 months cycle ;

4) To support the implementation through technical assistance provided by Seeds volunteers.

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Area of Intervention: Microfinance

 

Project: Creation, training and monitoring of Village Savings and Loans Associations (VSLA) groups in the Iganga District.

Number of Beneficiaries: 500

 

Main activities:

1) To provide the necessary training to our local partner organisations ; 

2) To provide the financial resources needed for the development of these VSLAs, such as covering the overall costs of trainings and basic working stationaries ; 

3) To conduct qualitative impact assessment through their first 12 months cycle ;

4) To support the implementation through technical assistance provided by Seeds volunteers.

Read more about one of our VSLA group' story here