Assilassimé Solidarité ("Hand in hand" in local language éwé), is a microfinance program of Entrepreneurs du Monde in Togo. The association works in partnership with the AMC Association (which supports children and mothers living with HIV) to help mothers become financially independent. The Assilassimé team adapts to their personal situation and accompanies them in the long term, helping them gain autonomy. The services are tailored to targeted women and include access to micro-credit, training, support and more.
Assilassimé received the 2014 prize, awarded by FINANSOL and the newspaper Le Monde, for solidarity finance in the category "Entrepreneurship in developing countries".
How will we spend your money ?
Your donations will be used to support Claire's project as well as that of other entrepreneurs who benefit from this program.
Assilassimé Solidarité will be able to continue to support Claire and follow up on 3 future Togolese entrepreneurs with the same model.
- Micro-credit, Savings
- Monitoring and supporting the development of the entrepreneur’s project
This project is a perfect example of the social and solidarity mission of Entrepreneurs du Monde, one in which you can participate!