It is not how much we give but how much love we put into giving … Mother Theresa
Today, 389 million people, or 41%, of the population in Sub-Saharan Africa live on less than $1.90 per day. Access to education and health care resources are two key to lifting individuals and families out of chronic poverty and building the necessary skills to become self-reliant
LIVES IMPACTED BY LIFT INITIATIVES
Technical & Vocational Education Training (TVET)
One of ENA’s students learning sheet metal warping from a TVET instructor.
Over the next five years our goal is to help 500 unemployed young adults receive job-specific technical training for work in vocational trades. The vision of our program is to build human capacity to meet labor market needs and private sector employment opportunities.
HIGHLIGHT A HERO
LIFT HERO AWARD
Chris Boyle and his family have engaged in the effort to lift through generous donations of his time and funds. Chris has served on numerous impactful expeditions with his two daughters where they have lifted at every turn! The Chris and Shoko Boyle Trust has built schools and provided vocational training to hundreds of students. Chris’s business expertise has assisted many people in Ethiopia, helping them develop entrepreneurial skills and start their own businesses through our micro-credit program. We are honored to work with the Boyle family. Thank you Chris!!
Lifting Real People
“My compound was empty but now with the help of ENA’s microcredit program my compound is full of sugar cane to sell in the market. My kids can go to school and we have enough food to eat.”
“I lost hope for my future but now ENA’s microcredit program has given me a shield to help me with difficulties.”
“With ENA’s microcredit program I can now build a nice house with an iron door. I will be safe. … I used to have to rely on my husband for money and he did not provide for us. Now I can grow beans and local coffee [and] I have financial freedom.”
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