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Pamoja Nguvu
Strong together

By offering small loans, Pamoja Nguvu offers women in Tanzania a chance to become financially sustainable and independent.

Together towards a
better life

In Tanzania, many people live below the poverty threshold. Especially women who work hard, often for their own business. They barely earn enough to support themselves, or to provide their children with three meals per day and send them to school, for example.

There are even women who are not able to take care of their children at all and have to send them to an orphanage. A microcredit, a small amount for Western standards, can already help this group of people to live a more stable life.

By offering microcredits, Pamoja Nguvu helps this group of vulnerable women to live an independent life.

We offer women financial stability

We motivate underprivileged women

Motivating and actively supporting underprivileged women so they can become financially sustainable and independent.

We offer microcredits to grow
a small business.

A microcredit, a small amount for Western standards, can already help this group of people to live a more stable life.

We offer various basic
training modules

To increase the success rate of the microcredit.

With your support we can grow this number further

704
number of microcredits provided

Your donation helps
infinitely

Your donation unlocks a chain of financial aid and support. When a loan is paid off, we use this amount to fund a new loan. Your (one-off) donation is therefore re-used time and time again to support a new woman.

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Our story

Pamoja Nguvu was founded by Matti Emondts (Chairman), Monique Emondts (website and communication), and Jacqueline de Bruijn (secretary). Together with Fred Arp (treasurer of both Pamoja Nguvu and Happy Watoto), they form the board in the Netherlands.

In Tanzania, our local team consists of Fahtma Mwidanyani (manager) and Irene Peter and Jesca Josephat (both project manager).

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This activity was established in a new entity: Pamoja Nguvu. In Kiswahili, the local language in Tanzania, this means Strong Together