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BIG NEWS FOR FTW GIVING! Report for August.

While we are still in the early stages, we are happy to share our latest development for the Fix the World Organization. Just recently we have had the incredibly opportunity to begin partnerships with local humanitarian associations here in our own area in Morocco. Starting last week, we were taken in person by our humanitarian comrades into some of the poorest areas in Morocco to meet the people living there and see the work that has been going on to help those in need. It has been the beginning of one of the most heart warming experiences we have ever had.

In the coming weeks and months FTW will be participating in renting out a community building in these areas to use as a hub for a collaboration of local humanitarian organization work. Activities such as vocational training for local women, child care, transportation assistance, food and clothing donations, and emergency clinic services will all be taking place in the building and in surrounding areas through the help of FTW and our partnering humanitarian associations.

We plan to be documenting as much of this work as possible. Hope and Tivon will be traveling with cameras, and recording equipment on location to capture the stories of the work that we are doing and the people that we are helping. As excited as we are to bring this news to you, we also appreciate your patience and understanding as there might be a bit of a delay of the release of some of this material. Please know that it is not always “easy” to help others given some political climates, we have to act wisely and slowly in these matters, and we always make the comfort and safety of the people we are helping our top priority.

This new endeavor is a dream come true for us, and it is a growth and expansion of our giving that we will be doing in addition to our regular Kiva loans.  Again, we want to let you know that our ability to do this comes only from the generosity of the people that support the FTW organization and our work. If you would like to make a donation to FTW to help us continue and help others, you can do so at the following link:

Please find below our giving report for the month of August. FTW has been able to fund several groups through Kiva this month and we are happy to share their stories here with you!


FTW Helped Margret in Uganda buy vegetables to sell.

Margret is a happily married woman with 6 children. She operates a fresh food stall in Kasese District. Margret also raises livestock and does farming as well to supplement her incomes. Through these sources she has been able to educate her children from good schools and also meet her family developments like buying land. She is a very honest and committed woman who is requesting for a loan to buy more foods like bananas, tomatoes and onions for selling. View her fund here: http://www.kiva.org/lend/940263

FTW Helped Jamidah in Uganda to buy food items to sell.

Jamidah is a 32-year-old hardworking married woman. She has five children and lives in Bundibugyo, Uganda. In order to raise enough income to support her growing family, she decided to venture into food selling. She also grows and sells cocoa to supplement her monthly earnings. Given the perishable nature of the business, she lacks the appropriate refrigeration equipment to purchase in bulk. Her dream is to own the biggest food store in town and also to build a good residential house. Her business has been able to serve a number of her community members and restaurants. She is proud of it, despite challenges of inadequate capital to meet the high demand. Jamidah is requesting a loan to buy food items like tomatoes, cabbage, rice, and ground nuts to sell. View her fund here: http://www.kiva.org/lend/940218 

FTW Helped  Joyce in Kenya to buy seeds.


Joyce wishes to thank Kiva and their lenders for the previous loan. She used the loan to buy certified seeds and added grocery stock which increased her income. She was able to cater for her family’s needs by providing better food. She is borrowing additional Kiva loan to buy more certified seeds and also increase stock to her grocery store. This will further boost her businesses and therefore have a stable income to continue supporting her family needs. Joyce is grateful to Kiva and their lenders for the continued financial support. View her fund here: http://www.kiva.org/lend/939284

FTW Helped Joseph in Rwanda to buy a laptop for college.

Joseph is a first-year student at Kepler. He grew up in difficult circumstances, moving between Rwanda and Congo as a child. Because of his impressive academic credentials and hard work, he was accepted at Kepler from a field of more than 6,000 applicants this year. Joseph chose to attend Kepler because of its focus on providing the skills he’ll need to compete in Rwanda’s labor market.Joseph plans to major in Communications with a concentration in Business, and will graduate Kepler with a BA from an accredited US university. His only desire after graduating is to secure a job and to help support children who grew up in situations similar to his own. View his fund here: http://www.kiva.org/lend/939271

FTW Helped Yani in Indonesia to build sanitation at their home to improve access to water for their family.

Good day lenders! Now it’s time for you to meet one of KPP UMKM’s clients, Yani. Yani is 30 years old and married. She lives with her husband and her children. She has two sons. Yani is a housewife and her husband has been an employee of a plastic factory for 20 years. She and her husband pull together to increase their family income.She has asked for a loan from KPP-UMKM Syariah for 7,200,000 rupiah. This loan will be used to buy and build sanitation at their home to improve access to water and sanitation for their family. She wants to have access to safe sanitation and a water source for families. Her family income is still not enough to build toilets and water sources by cash, but they are able to repay loans received.She and her family want to live a healthy life with healthy sanitation and water. She is very grateful for the opportunity and wants to thank all of the lenders. View her fund here: http://www.kiva.org/lend/939185 

FTW Helped Shehnaz in Pakistan to buy a sewing machine and materials to make clothes


Shenaz is 50; she is the mother of three children, living in the area of Lahore, Pakistan.
She sews the shoulder bags along with her husband and a daughter at home to meet the household expenses. She has two sewing machines for sewing hand bags, which are operated by her daughter. Her husband deals outside’s customers, takes orders from them and sews the bags on order. She wants to buy an additional sewing machine for sewing bags but does not have enough cash in hand. Therefore, she has requested a Kiva loan through field partner BRAC Pakistan, so that she can buy the sewing machine and additional raw material such as rexine, zippers, buckles, etc for sewing bags. Her desire to sell her sewed bags directly in to the market, so that she can get maximum reward against mutual efforts. She thanks to Kiva and field partner, BRAC Pakistan. View her fund here: http://www.kiva.org/lend/938550


TW Helped Fareeda in Pakistan to buy sewing materials to make clothing

Fareeda, 45, is married and a mother of three children. She works hard to help support her family by providing tailoring services to her neighbors and the local community. She has been a seamstress for many years and knows stitching techniques very well. She earns enough to lead a decent life. To help her in her business, Fareeda has applied for a 45,000 PKR loan through Kiva’s field partner Kashf to buy such items as spools of thread in different colors, packs of zippers and buttons, etc. to help speed up her production. In addition to repaying the loan, she will use part of the revenues to deal with personal expenses. View her fund here: http://www.kiva.org/lend/927975

FTW Helped Flor in El Salvador to purchase fertilizers, pay for land rent, and pay workers in the field.

Flor Catalina
Flor, age twenty-seven, studied until the third year of secondary school. She is married, and her husband works as a bricklayer and a farmer. She has one child, age seven, who is in first grade at school.Flor has taken care of the housework in her home since she was little, and when she got married she started baking bread, in order to then go out and sell it. She learned this occupation from her mother, who has always been a baker. Also, for three months, she has been working as a council woman in the Mayor’s Office. It takes her fifteen minutes to walk to the Mayor’s office. Her husband helps with baking the bread.With this loan, Flor will be able to purchase fertilizers and herbicide, and she will also be able to pay the rent for the land and pay workers.

She dreams that her children may be able to become professionals so that they may have better employment opportunities in life. View her fund here: http://www.kiva.org/lend/924607

About hopegirl2012

Naima Feagin (HopeGirl) holds an MBA and a variety of business experience in corporate and government finance and small business entrepreneurship. In 2012, she left the corporate world to build an online business through blogging, marketing, teaching and a passion for humanitarian projects. In 2014 her stepfather designed and open sourced a free energy generator prototype. She traveled around the world building free energy prototypes and growing her online business. This is also when she met her partner Tivon. She has played a large role as a public spokesperson for her family’s free energy project. Hope and Tivon also sponsor a local community center for women and children. They are both American ex-pats that live and work together in Morocco.


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