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Soap making project for women in Mali

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Association des Femmes Entreprenantes du Mali (AFEM)

Who are you trying to help? What issue are you trying to address?

We are trying to help a women’s association in the rural commune of Massigui to manufacture solid and liquid soap.

This organisation, Association Zerekoro Benkadi, is a union of women who are engaged in the fight against poverty. To help them do this, they want to implement a project for the manufacture of soap.

The objective of this association is to mitigate the financial, economic and social difficulties in their daily lives through the establishment of a framework of solidarity and support including material and financial assistance.

What is your project and how will it help?

Our project is an income-generating activity through the manufacture of solid soap and liquid soap for the benefit of women.

The project will help them to generate income and will also enhance their their management capacity, and provide an education in democratic governance.

How can other people partner with you on your project?

Partners such as the City Hall and regional branches of the social action will be our direct partners for the achievement of results.

These partners will come to facilitate training courses, and to monitor the project and evaluate.

We need partners to donate funds to help with this project.

Please detail the resources that you need.

Workshop – training Animation : 1500000 Fcfa
Support – Hardware equipment and raw material: 5000000 Fcfa
Investment funds: 250000 Fcfa
Monitoring activities: 270000 Fcfa
Animator salary: 125000×12= 1500000 Fcfa
Motorcycle Yamaha Lady: 1300000 Fcfa
functioning: 50000×11= 550000 Fcfa
Evaluation: 400000 Fcfa
Total: 10770000 Fcfa USD 107,700

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Partnership types

Advocacy of global issues; Project funding

Regions / countries / territories

Africa: Mali

Global issues

Education and training; Job creation and enterprise development; Gender issues


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