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Microloan Training Centre Allies  Morrison Kasungu Malawi 2011 Front elevation with training room en
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Microloan Training Centre, Allies + Morrison, Kasungu, Malawi, 2011, Front elevation with training room entrances and passage

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Created: 16/07/2011 07:17:00
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Building Details The asset is associated with the following Building:
Building Name: MICROLOAN KASUPE TRAINING CENTRE Building Type: CORPORATE AND COMMERCIAL - ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
Architect: ALLIES AND MORRISON Architect Website: http://www.alliesandmorrison.com
Street: Clients Website: http://www.microloanfoundation.org.uk
Town: KASUNGU Year of Completion: 2011
County: KASUNGU Collection Architecture
Country: Malawi Notes MicroLoan Foundation, the Chiswick-based charity providing small loans and guidance to women in sub-Saharan Africa, has formally opened the Kasupe Training Centre at its Malawian headquarters in Kasungu. The training centre, opened by Guest of Honour and MicroLoan Foundation Chairman Bishop Francis Kaulanda, forms an essential part of MicroLoan Foundation’s ongoing MicroVentures programme to help many thousands of women to develop long-term sustainable enterprises in areas such as irrigation, renewable energy and information technology. In addition to several training rooms, Kasupe Training Centre includes an IT centre which will be used to train internal employees as well as offering both IT training services for other organisations and an internet cafe for the general public. The new facility will also serve as a base for MicroLoan Foundation’s ongoing work with other Non-Government Organisations such as United Nations Development Program’s “Pro-Poor Fund” and the Belgian Government
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