Sarah (name changed, picture on left), the sole caregiver for her six children was facing challenges providing for her family. She wanted to change her circumstances so she could pay for school fees and purchase necessities such as mealie meal and cooking oil.
Microfinance for Women
The Power of Love team is grateful for your continued support and dedication to empower vulnerable women, educate children, and alleviate poverty. Your continued support has created a community of self-reliant women entrepreneurs.
Impact of COVID, Rationale and Goals for this program
Dear Friend: Happy Holidays!
Thank you for making the world a better place. Please take a moment to listen to this popular Zambian song. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
Sending you a giant wave of love for the holiday season and for 2022.
Your friends at the Power of Love Foundation
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy December! 2021 was a year full of achievements for children and families enrolled in our programs in Zambia and India. We are proud of our ground teams who devised innovative ways to continue to provide food, medicines, PPE, mosquito bed nets, training in business, COVID education, counseling, and health monitoring during the pandemic. We are proud of the
Micro Loans Programs
Dear Friend: Greetings! Hope you are having a wonderful summer! As you know, the ongoing pandemic has made life more difficult for vulnerable communities globally. More families face food insecurity due to the impact of COVID and other factors such as climate change and conflict.
The ongoing pandemic has made life more difficult for vulnerable communities globally. In resource poor communities, more families face food insecurity due to the impact of COVID, and other factors such as climate change and conflict.
Dear friend: Happy July! Our experience over the last 15 years has shown that two things – access to credit and business training – are needed to help ensure that women are able to start and grow their personal businesses. Earnings from businesses help pay for food, medicines, rent, and school expenses. Healthy and educated children, in turn, educate the next generation.
Today we are thinking of the mothers and aunts in Africa who cannot afford necessities such as food, medicines and rent for their families and school expenses for their children. Since last year, COVID has aggravated the situation.
Dear friend: As Mother's day draws near, we are thinking of mothers and aunts in Africa who cannot afford food, medicines, and rent for their families and school expenses for their children. Most women in these communities lack marketable skills and have no regular source of income. COVID, last year, aggravated the situation.