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' Finanacing the Future Benefit ' will help fund a bank for the poor in Tanzania. Demand for microfinance services in this country are great as half of its population lives in abject poverty and less than 10 percent has access to savings accounts. This ne

l to r: Chris Crane, Jessica Flannery, Liesel Pritzker, Gayla Compton, Elaine Compton and Kevin Compton at The Young Ambassadors for Opportunity Kick Off Campaign to Benefit Tanzania held at Gustavino's on October 11, 2008..Opportunity International is one of the oldest, largest and fastest growing microfinance organizations. Serving the poor entrepreneurs in 29 developing countries in Africa, Eastern Europe and Latin America, Opportunity is a pioneer in offering small business loans, savings, insurance and training in basic business practices to women and men living in chronic poverty. Opportunity's goal is to help lift 100 million people out of poverty by 2015 by mobilizing $1 billion.

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l to r: Chris Crane, Jessica Flannery, Liesel Pritzker, Gayla Compton, Elaine Compton and Kevin Compton at The Young Ambassadors for Opportunity Kick Off Campaign to Benefit Tanzania held at Gustavino's on October 11, 2008..Opportunity International is one of the oldest, largest and fastest growing microfinance organizations. Serving the poor entrepreneurs in 29 developing countries in Africa, Eastern Europe and Latin America, Opportunity is a pioneer in offering small business loans, savings, insurance and training in basic business practices to women and men living in chronic poverty. Opportunity's goal is to help lift 100 million people out of poverty by 2015 by mobilizing $1 billion.