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Jun 28, 2018 · 5 min read
SILC group members in Vohipeno, Vatovavy Fitovinany Region, wait for their weekly meeting to start.
A designated SILC secretary counts the weekly contribution.
The designated SILC secretary informs the group about the total savings of each member.
SILC materials such as record-keeping books and cash pouches are simple and affordable.
A SILC secretary records the weekly collection for the group.
Jean Lardo (left), a private service provider, supports a SILC group in Vohipeno, south-east of Madagascar.
A Community Health Volunteers monitors the growth of child during a home visit.
A mother asks a SILC group for a loan to pay for the treatment of her sick baby.
The weekly collection of a SILC group before being recorded by the secretary and locked inside the wooden box.

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