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215 York Street,
West Haven

United States

About Us

Ghape-USA Corp’s goal is to make accessible to the working poor, especially women and young people; empowerment tools of microfinance, social-lending, business development services and information; and productivity enablers to small local organization working to eradiate poverty. We are an emerging leader in the fight against resistant poverty using holistic tools, empowerment credit in Sub Saharan Africa and the Caribbean. Ghape-USA partners with local organizations around the world to provide services, products and equipment that allow them to serve the underserved and un-served underprivileged with services including investment capital, business development services, social lending and information; provide productivity enablers like computers and motorcycle to local organization to serve and monitor those in geographical hard to reach areas; provide value acquirer like farm-to-market van to transports clients product to markets were supply is limited. In the days ahead we intend to form subsidiaries in foreign countries to facilitate our operations. Our mission is made possible by individuals and organizations who share in the belief that the poor have talents and skills and need only a cane-opener to open the potentials hidden in this underprivileged category of the population. All of our donations and fundraising efforts go directly to the need and expenses of the activities that we provide. Our mission is to provide a variety of charitable services to the underprivileged, especially those in Africa thereby protecting and providing in a sustainable manner to women, children and young people at risk of crime, hunger, diseases and illiteracy

Ghape-USA is a U.S. 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization headquartered in West Haven, Connecticut. This broad-base Micro Finance charitable organization was founded in 2009 by a one time Grameen Bank Dialogue participant, consultant to United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA), International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and Johns Hopkins University projects; Commonwealth of Nations liaison, a seasoned grass-root organizer, and a poverty survivor (Read her story: Born and Raised Poor amidst Wealth).