Development right under your nose

[August 19, 2014]
"The advantage of a small foundation is that policies immediately connect to implementation of these policies. Local experiences are taken into account when executing new plans. And because of a well-maintained relationship with our local entrepreneurs/partners, we are aware of the wellbeing of the program and the people, however often from a distance."

This is what Jeroen Vegt, treasurer of the foundation Sengerema (which has microfinance projects in Sengerama, south of Lake Victoria), describes.
Developing like it is supposed to be. And you can go there as a volunteer! Check out
(Niko Winkel)

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