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A bike shop with a mission

Pennsylvania’s Bike and Sol teaches youth how to work: Bike and Sol is one of the few places, if not the only, place in the US that “will teach a middle school kid how to work and give them a job reference for their first job.”

Reorganizing for growth

MEDA is restructuring its governance model for greater impact: Proposed changes will better align with best practices in the international development sector and prepare for unprecedented growth opportunities.

Frozen treats for all

For Ajoa Mintah, the road to entrepreneurship started a long way from her eventual destination creating and selling tasty frozen treats. Mintah is founder and CEO of Four All Ice Cream, which has a factory in Kitchener, Ontario, and a retail “scoop shop” in neighboring Waterloo.

In praise of the entrepreneurial spirit

Celebrating entrepreneurship is the focus of MEDA’s 2022 convention. The event will be held November 3-6 at The Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Building entrepreneurial potential in Kenya, Rwanda

Second Chance Success, a pilot project in Kenya and Rwanda, has worked to understand and help address factors that prevent women entrepreneurs from receiving the funding they need to grow their businesses.

The adventure of building design

Vancouver engineer Paul Fast’s career has been marked by risk-taking, innovation and international recognition. He also discusses making business decisions guided by faith.

Unleashing the potential of women farmers in Ghana

MEDA staffer Jennifer Denomy recently visited Ghana to work with MEDA’s Ghana team. In a recent presentation to the Waterloo-based Women-Empowering-Women (WEW) group, she reflected on the impact of MEDA’s efforts to date in Ghana, and the goals of a new project.