• “Women perform 66 percent of the world’s work, and produce 50 percent of the food, yet earn only 10 percent of the income and own 1 percent of the property. Whether the issue is improving education in the developing world, or fighting global climate change, or addressing nearly any other challenge we face, empowering women is a critical part of the equation.”

    Former President Bill Clinton
TilgrY is a social business that mobilizes resources in rural communities to impact women’s social and economic conditions, in order to reach sustainable development of entire communities in Burkina Faso. Learn More About Us

Help us change lives in Burkina Faso!

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Expand access to financial services.

The traditional financial institutions have literally omitted the women in general and rural women in particular. Our role is to open access to financial services for women through loans, credits and savings that are adapted to their needs and conditions.

Boost economic development.

Our financing program is oriented towards rural women with an emphasis on rural female entrepreneurship. By supporting women's initiatives in revenue-generating activities, we increase their socioeconomic power and promote sustainable development in societies where they have traditionally played the fundamental role as stabilizers.

Reduce poverty & enhance lives.

Empowered women will provide food in their families, pay for the education of their kids, healthcare, and by doing so, they contribute to eliminate misery in their communities and create more hope and self-reliance in their community members. There couldn’t be a better way to improve lives and fight poverty.

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There are plenty of ways to help.

The traditional financial institutions in Burkina Faso have literally omitted the women in general and rural women in particular, making it difficult for them to pursue entreprenurial and personal ventures they feel passionate about. TilgrY provides a variety of growing services to help women improve their quality of living. They include:

  • — microfinancing options
  • — savings accounts
  • — technical & material support

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