Building Better Businesses in South Africa
Background Resources These articles, historical documents and other resource materials will give an idea of how The Townships Project has promoted the success of small-scale community businesses over the years. • June 2019 - Brochure for Rotary International Convention, Hamburg • November 2018 - annual 'report' letter to contributors • November 2018 - Rotary Africa magazine article about the Building Better Businesses Symposium • Jan/Feb 2018 - South Africa Warehouse magazine article: "Future Franchisors" • 2012 - Dalhousie University Hearsay magazine article about The Townships Project • Nov 2011 - Interview with the Founder, Martha Deacon, on Extraordinary Women TV • 2004 - United Church of Canada Observer article about The Townships Project
Appeal to Rotary Rotary International Convention Hamburg, Germany - June 2019 Rotarians from Canada and South Africa used this tri-fold brochure to describe The Townships Project's work, inviting Rotary clubs to link with clubs in South Africa, and support the growth of the Building Better Businesses Symposium.
The Brochure
Annual Letter - 2018 The end-of-year overview to tell supporters about achievements -- in particular, the Better Businesses Symposium ... and prospects for the coming year.
The Letter
The 2018 Building Better Businesses Symposium Here is a report, in the magazine of African Rotary clubs, of the Symposium organized by The Townships Project in partnership with South African Rotarians, in September 2018
Rotary Africa article
Future Franchisors in the Making Cover Story in SA Franchise Warehouse (Jan/Feb 2018) - 5 positive examples
Future Franchisors
The Townships Project From Dalhousie University's Hearsay magazine - 2012 An article describing the origins and development of The Townships Project
Martha Deacon  Founder and CEO "An Extraordinary Woman" Interview - Extraordinary Women TV
A day in the life of Bongi Ndumbaza From the 2004 United Church Observer ... An article describing the effects of The Townships Project's micro-lending
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