1. WildHearts in Ghana, September 2014

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    The WildHearts team have just returned from northern Ghana where we met our latest microfinance clients and also got to experience our new micro-school and apprenticeship programmes. Thanks to our customers, Micro-Tycos and partners the WildHearts vision of Business for Good grows richer and continues to spread across the world. You are the power that drives WildHearts, the compelling force of compassionate commerce. Thank you for joining us on this incredible journey. As we always say, we’re just getting started…

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    • If I lead, will they follow?

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      Imagine growing up in rural Ethiopia where women are often confined to raising children and household tasks. Now imagine that you start saving among your friends, small amounts at first, but then enough to start a business. This is what happened to Chaltu and in this moving documentary style short, she shares her leadership experience and the change it has brought to her community.

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      • Afford Two, Eat One Full Length Version

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        Funded by the Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion, this is the story of a collaboration between Proximity, Jan Chipchase and frog. The resulting report is a deep dive into Myanmar's financial inclusion landscape. Read the full report here: proximitydesigns.org/products-services/financial-services/myanmar-money-project

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        • Some Plant, Others Water - The Bangladesh Story

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          The Bangladesh story is one of the greatest PAOC success stories that was almost never told. It is a story of reaping and sowing; a story of ordinary people, doing extraordinary things. And so it is a microcosm of God's faithfulness. Harrison Sakala once said that it's possible to plant the seed, but that it isn't always possible to measure the fruit. This has long been the PAOC experience in Bangladesh... until now. Years ago, Don Schellenburg chose to follow God, and in so doing became a catalyst for change in Bangladesh. Only now are we able to see the yield of the fruit he, and other PAOC Global Workers, planted nearly 30 years ago. The Bangladesh story is important because it helps to remind us that the extent of our fruitfulness is directly proportional to the measure of our faithfulness. As PAOC Global Workers continue to plant seeds across the globe, we believe that countless lives will be transformed for God's Kingdom.

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          • Afford Two, Eat One

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            Funded by the Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion, this is the story of a collaboration between Proximity, Jan Chipchase and frog. The resulting report is a deep dive into Myanmar's financial inclusion landscape. Read the full report here: http://www.proximitydesigns.org/products-services/financial-services/myanmar-money-project

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            • Presentation Opmeer Reports

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              Opmeer Reports specialises in the translation of ideas and stories to photos, text, short films or a combination of the three. We are strong in conceptual thinking, are focused on people, do a lot of research before we start. Pauline Opmeer has a background as a cultural historian. Besides being a photographer, she is also an experienced author of books and magazine articles. Wim Opmeer worked as a sales, logistical and general manager for more than 25 years, before he became a professional photographer.

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              • Ending the Hunger Season with One Acre Fund

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                Learn how One Acre Fund is helping to end the hunger season for smallholder farmers.

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                • MPI Ecuador's Small Business Development Program

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                  MPI Ecuador's Small Business Development Program has initiated an online crowdfunding campaign in order to double their lending capacity and impact in the small agricultural community of Jatumpungo. To contribute or for more information, please visit: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/microloans-in-jatumpungo-ecuador

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                  • Bean Harvest in Kenya with One Acre Fund

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                    Farmers in Bungoma South, Kenya, harvest their short rains bean crop.

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                    • Mighty Mina: Vegetable Farmer

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                      Empowerment has brought more than a change of attitude for Mina, a wife and mother of three living in Bihar, India. As a participant in Lutheran World Relief's Rural Women-Led Agriculture Project, she has brought stability and prosperity to her household, earning far more than the average smallholder farmer in her area. Lutheran World Relief’s agricultural programs in Bihar have transformed women’s lives by revolutionizing the way they farm, diversifying the crops they grow, and assisting them in the formation of self-help savings groups, altering their mindset and social status along with way.

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