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Funding Area: Education

Since 2010, Edge of Seven (Eo7), a Denver, Colorado, USA based 501(c)(3) nonprofit, has been committed to empowering girls and women abroad in Nepal, Rwanda and Kenya with educational and economic opportunities. Our seven principles — build capacity, transfer power, play on strengths, leverage, focus on generations, collaborate, and learn — give us direction and drive our work on the ground and the outcomes and impact they yield.

Our involvement: The Marty Tomberg Charitable Fund has financially supported this organization.

 

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Women’s Entrepreneurship Training Program (WETP)

This grant would support the implementation of the Women’s Entrepreneurship Training Program (WETP) for ACCESS members and their family members, in the rural town of Naro Moru. WETP is a year-long program that ignites women’s self-sufficiency through extensive business development training and provision of business resources with the goal of launching new women-owned businesses. The focus of the program is on women’s empowerment and economic development. The core curriculum was developed with four other organizations and funded through a collaborative two-year grant by Denver’s Posner Center for International Development and the Western Union Foundation. With the curriculum development, testing and pilot implementation phases complete (2016), Edge of Seven is ready to implement the WETP curriculum in collaboration with ACCESS. The program will benefit 30-50 women, ages 19 to 55, over a one-year period.

Support Dates: April, 2017 – Ongoing

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