Our Stories

Sometimes, Good Things Take Time

This article was written by a Teen Girls Club support staff member, Bridget Gyamfi, a National Builders Corps (NABCO) member of...

“I feel motivated to continue working to improve the water in my community thanks to Self-Help.”

By Orlando Montiel Salas – Clean Water Program Officer   47-year-old Arle has lived in the community of Las Bellezas,...

Reflections on lessons learned – stories from SHI Agripreneurs

Reflections on lessons learned – stories from SHI Agripreneurs

Entering the World as New Agripreneurs Ghana’s newest agricultural entrepreneurs – “agripreneurs” – were honored at a graduation ceremony last...

WHO WOULD HAVE THOUGHT……? THE STORY OF AYISHETU KASSIM

WHO WOULD HAVE THOUGHT……? THE STORY OF AYISHETU KASSIM

“I can’t explain enough what Self-Help International’s Micro-Credit program has done for me. Who would have thought that I could...

El Juste Farmers See the Benefits of QPM Seed and New Farming Methods

El Juste Farmers See the Benefits of QPM Seed and New Farming Methods

By Jorge L. Campos S. and Rodolfo Hernandez – Nicaragua Country Director & Ag Program Officer Maize producers in the...

Jamilatu Gets the Support She Needs for Her Two New Healthy Babies

By Jesse Jackson Sarkodie – Promoting Good Nutrition Program Officer Jamilatu moved from her home near the Ivory Coast to...

Adelaida Reinvests Her Income in the Things That Matter Most – Her Children and Her Business

By Yolanda Fletes – Micro-Credit Program Officer 42-year-old Adelaida has been a part of Self-Help International’s micro-credit and business training program...

An Interview with Najaahat, a Young Woman with Big Dreams

By Victoria Yamson – Program Coordinator Najaahat is one of the pioneers of the Self-Help International Teen Girls Club program. She was...