Stories from the first Road to Growth Nigeria pilot
In celebration of Financial Inclusion Week, we shared a series of short films highlighting the stories of women entrepreneurs who participated in the Road to Growth Nigeria pilot.
I know that it’s time to grow
Our Road to Growth project is building the business and financial literacy skills of 500 women entrepreneurs in Nigeria. Using a ‘blended learning’ approach, we are delivering training to women through a combination of classroom sessions and online learning modules, allowing women to learn at their own pace and convenience.
In celebration of Financial Inclusion Week, we are sharing a series of short films highlighting the ambitions and achievements of these women.
Find out more about Road to Growth in Nigeria
Road to Growth is one of the Foundation’s three flagship programmes. It is highly scalable and adaptable. The Foundation is actively seeking funding partnerships to enable the programme to launch in, but not limited, to Rwanda, Ethiopia, Uganda, Ghana, Tanzania and Mozambique, with each iteration carefully adapted for a local context. Please get in touch if you would like to discuss potential partnerships!
Discover more women entrepreneurs' stories:
Carlotta’s Story: supporting children’s development
Carlotta John's daycare centre was born from a passion for children's development. The Road to Growth programme enabled her to secure funds & grow her business.
Alana’s Story: boosting sustainability in Guyana
Alana Bunbury-Walton runs Guyana's first zero-waste store. Our Road to Growth programme supported her to propel her mission.
Nakaida’s Story: building a future for women in construction
Nakaida Belle-Lindie runs a construction business. Our Road to Growth programme supported her to strengthen her business.