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A few of our major records…

A few of our major records:

Between 2012 and 2013, AAE acted as one of YEN’s Pipeline partner of the YEN , where our specific role was to help attract young entrepreneurs and e-coaches from around the world by sharing the opportunity to apply for the E-Coaching programme. During the program 65 young entrepreneurs were trained by 32 E-coaches through AAE’s collaboration.“ Read full reports

Microfinance loans allow borrowers without capital to access small amounts of money so that they can improve their lives.  In collaborating with Zidisha Inc, a peer-to-peer micro-lending service operating from USA, AAE has helped almost 200 entrepreneurs in Ghana obtain affordable micro-loans.

Member Support Volunteers (MSVs) provide support for local member entrepreneurs and co-ordinate development activities in a national territory. 10 AAE MSVs volunteers serve globally, offering a range of support services to young entrepreneurs”

AAE’s Team won United Nations Volunteers (UNV) Online Volunteering Award in 2012 and 2013.  On both ocassions the jury agreed that AAE Volunteers set an outstanding example of the impact citizens can have on peace and sustainable development through volunteering their skills and time over the Internet. “ Learn more



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Lend money, Reap happiness

So when you deposit those 100 USD with a bank and get back 160 USD by the end of that year (interest at 6% p .a) ,you hardly realize where that money actually goes right?

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