We move people from poverty to prosperity through neighborhood self-reliance groups
Berbice, Guyana. In 2014, Interweave Solutions partnered with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to provide business training to its members all over Guyana. A year later and after measurable success, Dr. Lynn Curtis and two Success Ambassadors presented the program to the First Lady of Guyana, who proceeded to make it a […]
Santo Domingo, Ecuador. May Rodriguez became a Success Ambassador and brought along her 9 year-old daughter, Ghia, to all the classes she taught. After watching three different groups graduate, Ghia decided that she too wanted to take the class and start her own business. She is currently participating in her mom’s MBS class and completing all […]
Choluteca, Honduras. We want to recognize and give a special thanks to this group of students from the Technological Institute of Business Administration in Choluteca. They form part of an MBS group led by Success Ambassador Jonathan Rodriguez. The group is sponsored by a deputy in the National Congress of Honduras. These young entrepreneurs demonstrate […]
ENGAGE NOW AFRICA! THRIVEGULU AND INTERWEAVE IN UGANDA Co-founder of Interweave, Lynn Curtis, recently went on a trip of a lifetime to Uganda. There were so many amazing things that happened during the trip, but here are some of the highlights. Board Member, Ruth Vidaurre, accompanied him on the trip. THRIVEGulu celebrated its third year in the self-reliance […]
Even a simple donation of $5 could help fund someone’s scholarship so that they can receive the self-reliance training necessary in order to achieve their life-long goal. Interweave Solutions is not like other organizations that simply give “stuff” to the poor. Interweave Solutions believes in empowering people so that they can remove themselves from their own impoverished state, thus attributing to thriving economies in local areas and supporting local business owners. This will lead to the eradication of poverty! Start your journey by donating today.