The Latest Developments from our Community Initiatives Across Africa

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... Children's Day!

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1. Safe
2. Healthy
3. Living in a loving home
4. Attend School
5. Have a good reputation

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VCI...
                 ... Childrens Day!

The goal of VCI is too see every child is;

1. Safe
2. Healthy
3. Living in a loving home
4. Attend School
5. Have a good reputation

From all of @ VCI we celebrate all the children all over the world.

Happy Childrens Day! vcinitiatives.org

VCI UGANDA UPDATE!

Empowering Lives: A Visit to Namwendya VCI Group

Our VCI founder, David, recently visited the remarkable Namwendya VCI Group, and we're thrilled to share their inspiring journey!

Group Composition: The group consists of 20 dedicated members, including 6 men and 14 women. Among them are 5 resilient widows and 10 determined orphans, all working together towards a brighter future.

Financial Milestone: In just 13 weeks, Namwendya VCI has managed to save an impressive 733,000 shillings. Their commitment and hard work are truly commendable!

Loan Strategy: The group offers loans with a 5% interest rate per month. This sustainable financial model is designed to support members' entrepreneurial efforts and improve their livelihoods.

Future Plans: Namwendya VCI has ambitious plans to venture into poultry farming. They've already built a sturdy structure and secured all necessary feeders and drinkers. This initiative promises to be a significant step towards economic stability and growth for the group.

David's visit underscored the incredible impact that collective action and community support can achieve. Namwendya VCI is a testament to the power of unity and determination.

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1 week ago
VCI UGANDA UPDATE!

Empowering Lives: A Visit to Namwendya VCI Group

Our VCI founder, David, recently visited the remarkable Namwendya VCI Group, and were thrilled to share their inspiring journey!

 Group Composition: The group consists of 20 dedicated members, including 6 men and 14 women. Among them are 5 resilient widows and 10 determined orphans, all working together towards a brighter future.

 Financial Milestone: In just 13 weeks, Namwendya VCI has managed to save an impressive 733,000 shillings. Their commitment and hard work are truly commendable!

Loan Strategy: The group offers loans with a 5% interest rate per month. This sustainable financial model is designed to support members entrepreneurial efforts and improve their livelihoods.

 Future Plans: Namwendya VCI has ambitious plans to venture into poultry farming. Theyve already built a sturdy structure and secured all necessary feeders and drinkers. This initiative promises to be a significant step towards economic stability and growth for the group.

Davids visit underscored the incredible impact that collective action and community support can achieve. Namwendya VCI is a testament to the power of unity and determination.

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Good morning friends!
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As you look forward for a fruitful day, may your decisions and choses bring you blessings!

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Good morning friends!
              From all of us @ VCI...

As you look forward for a fruitful day, may your decisions and choses bring you blessings!

                                 Have a Nice Day! vcinitiatives.org

VCI UGANDA UPDATE

Empowering Economic Independence: The Story of Nsiima Saving and Credit Association VCI

Since its inception in April 2022, The group has been a beacon of empowerment for its 26 members. Comprising 6 dedicated men and 20 resilient women, this group has embraced entrepreneurship and community support with open arms.

Liquid Soap Production and Savings: With an initial investment of 200,000 shillings, Nsiima Saving and Credit Association ventured into liquid soap production. Their dedication and hard work have paid off, with a profit of 66,000 shillings from the sale of 40 liters of liquid soap. Through diligent savings practices, they're paving the way for a financially secure future.

Door-to-Door Marketing Strategy: Nsiima Saving and Credit Association understands the importance of reaching their target market effectively. Their door-to-door marketing strategy ensures that their products reach every doorstep, creating a loyal customer base and driving sales.

Agricultural Endeavors: In pursuit of economic freedom, Nsiima Saving and Credit Association has diversified into agriculture, with maize cultivation as their primary focus. By harnessing the potential of the land, they're not only securing a steady source of income but also contributing to food security in their community.

Profit-Sharing Based on Needs: What sets Nsiima Saving and Credit Association apart is their commitment to collective well-being. Profit-sharing is done based on the needs of each member, ensuring that everyone benefits equitably from their endeavors.

Through entrepreneurship, savings, and agricultural practices, Nsiima Saving and Credit Association is charting a path towards economic independence and prosperity. Their journey serves as an inspiration to communities everywhere, proving that with determination and unity, anything is possible.

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2 weeks ago
VCI UGANDA UPDATE

Empowering Economic Independence: The Story of Nsiima Saving and Credit Association VCI 

Since its inception in April 2022, The group has been a beacon of empowerment for its 26 members. Comprising 6 dedicated men and 20 resilient women, this group has embraced entrepreneurship and community support with open arms.

Liquid Soap Production and Savings: With an initial investment of 200,000 shillings, Nsiima Saving and Credit Association ventured into liquid soap production. Their dedication and hard work have paid off, with a profit of 66,000 shillings from the sale of 40 liters of liquid soap. Through diligent savings practices, theyre paving the way for a financially secure future.

Door-to-Door Marketing Strategy: Nsiima Saving and Credit Association understands the importance of reaching their target market effectively. Their door-to-door marketing strategy ensures that their products reach every doorstep, creating a loyal customer base and driving sales.

Agricultural Endeavors: In pursuit of economic freedom, Nsiima Saving and Credit Association has diversified into agriculture, with maize cultivation as their primary focus. By harnessing the potential of the land, theyre not only securing a steady source of income but also contributing to food security in their community.

Profit-Sharing Based on Needs: What sets Nsiima Saving and Credit Association apart is their commitment to collective well-being. Profit-sharing is done based on the needs of each member, ensuring that everyone benefits equitably from their endeavors.

Through entrepreneurship, savings, and agricultural practices, Nsiima Saving and Credit Association is charting a path towards economic independence and prosperity. Their journey serves as an inspiration to communities everywhere, proving that with determination and unity, anything is possible.

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3 weeks ago
Good morning friends...
               From VCI Desk...

May we be intentional towareds children education. Have a bless day! vcinitiatives.org

VCI-NIGERIA UPDATE

Day 2: Visit to Bwonpe

VCI Nigeria, along with VCI International, embarked on a visit to one of its pioneer community in Plateau State, Nigeria.

Prior to our arrival, the District Head sent a team of security escorts that accompanied us to his palace and subsequently to the community to ensure our comfort throughout our stay.

The District Head accompanied by this council members warmly received us at his palace. Granth Rom shared his vision about VCI and how the community was chosen to implement the OPOS program to the benefit of his wards.

A townhall interaction was also held with the community to evaluate the progress of OPOS so far since inception. The community leader anchored the session with valuable insights of significant development in the community, highlighting its transformative impact, including support for orphans and vulnerable children, establishment of a community provision store, and cultivation of palm fruit and coffee farms. Despite facing challenges, the community remains steadfast in their commitment to the VCI program.

Granth Rom inspired the community to persevere in their pursuit of the kind of ideal community the desire while Mac Phillips VCI's Africa Team Lead, emphasized the importance of preserving the lessons of Viable Community Initiatives as the first benefiaries and pioneers of the OPOS ideology in Plateau state.

The visit got to a crescendo when Granth Rom visited the market square where he mingled, interacted and patronised the local vendors and shared moments of joy with children which culminated to an adventurous and memorable experience.

Shattering Conformity, Spark Transformation! vcinitiatives.org.
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1 month ago
VCI-NIGERIA UPDATE

Day 2: Visit to Bwonpe

VCI Nigeria, along with VCI International, embarked on a visit to one of its pioneer community in Plateau State, Nigeria.

Prior to our arrival, the District Head sent a team of security escorts that accompanied us to his palace and subsequently to the community to ensure our comfort throughout our stay.

The District Head accompanied by this council members warmly received us at his palace. Granth Rom  shared his vision about VCI and how the community was chosen to implement the OPOS program to the benefit of his wards. 

A townhall interaction was also held with the community to evaluate the progress of OPOS so far since inception. The community leader anchored the session with valuable insights of significant development in the community, highlighting its transformative impact, including support for orphans and vulnerable children, establishment of a community provision store, and cultivation of palm fruit and coffee farms. Despite facing challenges, the community remains steadfast in their commitment to the VCI program.

Granth Rom inspired the community to persevere in their pursuit of the kind of ideal community the desire while Mac Phillips   VCIs Africa Team Lead, emphasized the importance of preserving the lessons of Viable Community Initiatives as the first benefiaries and pioneers of the OPOS ideology in Plateau state.

The visit got to a crescendo when Granth Rom visited the market square where he mingled, interacted and patronised the local vendors and shared moments of joy with children which culminated to an adventurous and memorable experience.

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