About hopeline.

The Hopeline Microfinance is truly important because they provide a working answer to this great dilemma. And it’s not mere academics. They give an ongoing example.

Hopeline has partnered with more than 10,000 entrepreneurs and business leaders across Ghana. They are registered as a Financial Non-Governmental Organization (FNGO). As such they offer both microfinance solutions for budding entrepreneurs and larger loans for functioning SMEs.

Mrs. Atta-Peters conceived of Hopeline during her graduate work. She officially formed Hopeline in 2007 with $4,900 as seed capital for loans. Hopeline’s goals were simple — to empower women and connect women entrepreneurs with the training and tools they needed in order to professionalize and grow their businesses.

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