MicroAid Ball 2010

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MicroAid Ball talk 2010 - A direct charity to fight injustice and eradicate poverty world wide.
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  • Indonesia : there are 13 Community Facilitation Partners (CFP) who have joined MicroAid Projects since 2000. There are approximately 650 low income families who have been implemented micro-projects which funded by MicroAid Projects donors . Types of activity that often proposed by the low income families in Indonesia are: Women’s Activities, New Testing Technology, Food Processing Trainings, Crafts, Agriculture and Livestock. India : two CFP in India who have joined, in the province of Tamil Nadu and Howra with a total of poor families who have been carrying out micro-projects as much as 70 low income families . Women's Activities such as sewing practical and learn to sell vegetables, Food Processing Trainings and Agriculture. Pakistan : Projects presents in two provinces, Sahiwal provinces and Punjab. In this country there are two CFP who have joined MicroAid Projects since 2007 and they have 100 poor families who have registered and implementing micro-projects which funded by MicroAid Projects donors. In Pakistan, many poor families who have proposed micro-projects such as: Women's Activities, Testing New Technology and Marketing trainings. Bangladesh : have implemented MicroAid Projects in Gaibandha Province. At the beginning of the registration process, a CFP in Pakistan who want to join the MicroAid Projects has experienced a little problem because the authorization process in Pakistan was not easy to make connection with international institutions such as MicroAid Projects. But after several weeks of studying the vision and mission of MicroAid Projects, the Pakistani government allowed the CFP to join and receive funds with MicroAid Projects. There are about 100 poor families who have registered and implementing micro-projects funded by donors MicroAid Projects. Women's Activities, Testing New Technology, Agriculture and Livestock are the most type of activities proposed by families. Kenya : MicroAid Projects presents in Kitale province and many poor families there who suggested the type of activities such as: Women's Activities, Testing New Technology and Organic Farming. Uganda : in Kampala province. There is 1 CFP and approximately 50 poor families who have registered and implementing micro-projects which funded by MicroAid Projects donors. In this state the type of activities that are often suggested by the poor families is Husbandry activities, such as raising pigs.
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  • MicroAid Ball 2010

    1. 1. MicroAid Ball 2010 Toby Beresford
    2. 2. THANK YOU for being here
    3. 3. ...and a special thank you
    4. 4. Our little charity <ul><ul><li>Indonesia </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>India </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Pakistan </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Bangladesh </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Kenya </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Uganda </li></ul></ul>
    5. 5. Injustice
    6. 6. F i n a n c i a l I n j u s t i c e
    7. 7. Health
    8. 8. Governance
    9. 9. Ecological
    10. 10. Education
    11. 12. Education
    12. 14. Education ?
    13. 16. Opportunity
    14. 17. Injustice affects us all
    15. 18. Now
    16. 19. And Tomorrow
    17. 20. The Question
    18. 21. HOW CAN I FIGHT INJUSTICE
    19. 22. Charity
    20. 23. Government
    21. 24. Business
    22. 25. Religion
    23. 26. Go Direct
    24. 27. Get me in touch with someone
    25. 28. “ Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime”
    26. 29. HOW ?
    27. 30. Learn by doing
    28. 31. No to: Capital
    29. 32. No to: External Experts
    30. 33. No to: Waiting and waiting
    31. 34. No to: Project Bureaucracy
    32. 35. MicroAid Projects helps poor people learn new skills that will create income for them and their family
    33. 36. Not relief but
    34. 37. TOGETHER
    35. 38. ERADICATE
    36. 39. POVERTY
    37. 40. ONE FAMILY AT A TIME
    38. 41. 205 Families in 2009
    39. 42. 82% <ul><li>Women </li></ul>
    40. 43. 100% poor
    41. 44. Who shall we reach in 2010? <ul><li>10 </li></ul><ul><li>205 </li></ul><ul><li>410 </li></ul><ul><li>1020 </li></ul><ul><li>3032 </li></ul><ul><li>? </li></ul>
    42. 45. So.
    43. 46. So..
    44. 47. So...
    45. 48. What now!
    46. 49. JOIN US <ul><li>£20 a month </li></ul>
    47. 50. £20 a month
    48. 51. Empower Poor Families to Eradicate Poverty From Their Lives
    49. 52. How it works <ul><li>A family has a small group discussion with the Community Facilitation Partner (CFP) </li></ul><ul><li>CFP turns into a micro projects idea </li></ul><ul><li>Choose and fund the micro projects </li></ul><ul><li>Implement the micro project you supported </li></ul><ul><li>Families and CFPs make reports together </li></ul><ul><li>The report is available online </li></ul>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6
    50. 53. See the results with your own eyes
    51. 54. Leather Wallets
    52. 55. Kenyan Yoghurt
    53. 56. Batik Hand Fans
    54. 57. Chicken Feet Chips
    55. 58. Embroidered Table Mats
    56. 59. Footballs
    57. 60. Hear the results
    58. 61. Mrs Haryadi:  This training is useful for me because I can provide this training to my children
    59. 62. Ranul Anwar: I am very happy to follow this activity; if I have a capital I will open a new business for making leather handicraft such as leather wallets, bracelet leather, leather belts and leather bags
    60. 63. Wahyu: Thank you for this opportunity
    61. 64. New crops
    62. 65. New markets
    63. 66. New products
    64. 67. New techniques
    65. 68. Poverty e r a d i c a t e d
    66. 69. One Family at a time
    67. 70. JOIN US <ul><li>£20 a month </li></ul>
    68. 71. £20 a month
    69. 72. Thank you

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