Registering the groups as cooperatives was found to be beneficial. The volunteers went to all the communities and the women were given training sessions on how to become cooperatives. The IGGs had to have some important documents before they could be registered as cooperatives, therefore training was given on how to draw a constitution, keep financial records and keep minutes which would allow them to become registered. The training sessions were successfully understood and taken into practice.
|Rahman addressing the women of Dundo about the benefits of cooperatives.|
|The CEO of International Service presenting the women of Dundo with their cooperative certificate.|
|The IGGs and Team Tolon volunteers celebrating after the presentation of cooperative certificates.|