Official Selection 2010 Kansas City FilmFest - First Place 2009 BEA Festival of Media Arts -
Follow the work of Michael Nyangi and Fred Afwai and others as they show us how micro-financing is changing the lives of some of the poorest people on the planet. Featuring Jessica Jackley from KIVA.org - we dive in to the narrative of how micro-financing is active in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya.
The Pomeroon Women's Agro Processors Association or PWAPA, is an organization based in Charity, Guyana. They serve as an inspiration to other rural enterprise businesses in Guyana as an example of how a small group of women can come together and partner with their communities to create a sustainable, viable source of income for their members and produce a consistent high quality product for their customers that is not only needed but desired. This video was volunteer project created for by a joint effort from IICA (Inter_American Institute For Cooperation On Agriculture) and Partners of the Americas. Filmed in Guyana, February 2012.