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Empower local entrepreneurs

Transform your donations into community microloans

Malish James from Bridging Gaps is handing out microloans to local entrepreneurs, witnessed by community leaders of Uganda's Bidibidi Refugee Settlement
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Microloans

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Entrepreneurship workshops

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Local

participants

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Global

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"All humans are born entrepreneurs."

Muhammad Yunus

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"Microcredit is about giving hope."

Natalie Portman

How we work

Entrepreneurship workshop

Participants create business and financial plans, form a group and apply for a microloan

Microloan match

Approved business proposals are featured through our website and match applicants with donors

Storytelling

Microloan recipients frequently share project updates

Paying it forward

Once a microloan can be paid back, it goes to the next group member, who can then start their project

Malish James giving a Bridging Gaps entrepreneurship workshop in Uganda's Bidibidi refugee settlement
Bridging Gaps in Brazil - Silvia, a local nail designer and entrepreneur in Brazil's favela Rio das Pedras, is participating in a Bridging Gaps entrepreneurship workshop
Joska, a local Bridging Gaps microloan recipient from Uganda's Bidibidi Refugee Settlement is starting her tailoring business
Malish James from Bridging Gaps is handing out microloans to local entrepreneurs, witnessed by community leaders of Uganda's Bidibidi Refugee Settlement

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Partners & Supporters

Afri-Youth Network Logo Malish James
Projeto Social Semeando Amor
Athari Group Bridging Gaps
Amani Institute
Social Enterprise Ethiopia
Nutrition for Education and Development
Foundation 22STARS
Viacero Earth
Thought For Food

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Bridging Gaps

Empower underserved communities through a microloan

Malish James giving a Bridging Gaps entrepreneurship workshop in Uganda's Bidibidi refugee settlement
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