“I Really Should be Using My Time Better

“I Really Should be Using My Time Better

Jairo, his wife Jennifer, and their two young children live in the remote mountainous community of La Palma, Nicaragua, which is accessible only by foot. He teaches in the community school, while most of the local people make a living through agriculture or move...
SALT member trusts God for business

SALT member trusts God for business

Jesca had a small business of peddling used clothing before she moved to Tanzania, East Africa. Two years ago, Jesca joined a SALT Savings Group in her new country. Since then, she opened her own clothing store, using savings and a loan from the savings group. Several...
SALT program grows in Niger

SALT program grows in Niger

The year 2021 was a tough year for the SALT program in Niger. We launched the program in mid-2019 and added our second facilitator in mid-2020, only months before we were forced to leave due to security concerns. By the beginning of 2022, we were all back in Niger...
Fruitful gardens for refugees

Fruitful gardens for refugees

Chesa* lived in a bamboo and tarp hut along a barren hillside. She arrived at the Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh in 2018 with few belongings and no place to call home. Her dismal surroundings offered little hope for a brighter future. In 2020, Chesa joined the...