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Women Economic Empowerment in Honduras14 days ago
Microcredit for Farmers in Mubende, Uganda20 days ago
Launch Raleigh - Assessing Community Needs35 days ago
Honduras Insight Tour March 202035 days ago
Loans to Re-Certify in Canada35 days ago
Nudging the Ultra Poor into Savings Groups in Malawi41 days ago
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RAGM is a group of Rotarians providing leadership and guidance to other Rotarians in the elimination of poverty through microfinance and community development.
Our Publications
Building Peace and Community Development
653_953989823.jpgRotarians have always been peace builders.  As early as 1917, Paul Harris challenged Rotarians to talk about peace noting that "it takes more moral courage to speak about peace than it does to talk about war".  Through Rotary's history - our presence at the formation of the United Nations; our peace centers; our global commitment to eradicate polio - Rotarians have...12 days ago by SDR, Category: Economy
Build Entrepreneurship in Your Community
651_606835418.jpgOften we Rotarians prefer to focus on smaller club projects that we can complete in an afternoon or a Saturday morning.  We jump in, solve a problem, and then we're focusing on the next small project. But other times, we identify a big challenge and decide to take a deep breath, roll up our sleeves and become People of Action. The new project brings us to a table surrounded by...14 days ago by SDR, Category: Economy
Women Economic Empowerment in Honduras
652_923580752.jpgEmpowering Women in Honduras the key to Community Development. The month of March is celebrated as International Women's month in many countries around the globe. It is a month when women are recognized for their achievements without regard to divisions, whether national, ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic or political. It's also an opportunity to remind ourselves that more...14 days ago by SDR, Category: Microcredit
Microcredit for Farmers in Mubende, Uganda
650_781504472.jpgMicrocredit alive and prospering in Uganda After ten years the Mubende, Uganda microcredit project sponsored by the Abingdon Vesper Rotary Club has been building on its successes. Today the project is as fresh and popular with farmers as the day it started.  This is evidenced by the 80+ farmer groups wanting to join and the enthusiastic participation of group leaders...20 days ago by SDR, Category: Microcredit
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Client appreciation stories from HECD
637_615665170.JPGIDH CLIENT FAMILIARIZATION REPORT - MARCH 2019 by Ed Temple When six Rotarians and friends visited Honduras in Spring 2019 they found a treasure chest of stories about successful, productive and happy microcredit clients. Ed Temple, Director of Philanthropy (Alberta) snapped pictures with more than a...196 days ago by Steve, Category: Microcredit
Rotarians Take an Insight Trip to Honduras
636_748192840.jpgLocal Rotarians visit Honduras By Jason Weiler Abstracted from Newspaper Article John Gilvesy and Jason Weiler recently traveled to Honduras as representatives from the Rotary Club of Tillsonburg as part of an Insight Trip organized by our cooperating partner, Opportunity International Canada (OIC), to...217 days ago by Steve, Category: Microcredit
Rotary raises $2.3 M for Honduras Microcredit
633_800533877.jpgBill Fitzsimmons, Team Leader of Phase V - Honduras Economic and Community Development (HECD) program presents a cheque in the amount of $402,000 to the Coordinator of Philanthropy for Western Canada of Opportunity International Canada, Mr. Ed Temple. ED explained that the money flows from Rotary to OIC and...230 days ago by Steve, Category: Microcredit
Virltual MicroFinance Office in Honduras
629_119015322.jpgPUERTO CORTES BRANCH EXPANSION Puerto Cortes is the largest seaport in Central America. A large, industrial port city on the North-west coast of Honduras, it was also an early centre for banana production in Honduras. Although it is just 52 km north of San Pedro Sula, it has a growing population of over...354 days ago by Steve, Category: Microcredit
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