Ten Structure

Ten Is Structured To Work Through Volunteers, Who Complete Cycles With Beneficiaries In Groups Of Tens As Follows:

Stage 1

The volunteer will engage in outreaches in impoverished areas to select ten (10) beneficiaries, who are breadwinners with up to five (5) dependents.

Stage 2

The volunteer will register the ten (10) beneficiaries on the TEN mobile application.

Stage 3

TEN will fund the startup of business for the ten (10) beneficiaries, with a grant of TEN Thousand Naira (N10,000.00) each.

Stage 4

The volunteer will monitor and assess the progress of the beneficiaries, while encouraging them to save at least five thousand Naira (N5,000) per month, for a period of six (6) months.

Stage 5

All beneficiaries who are shown to have saved five thousand Naira (N5,000) for six (6) months, will be awarded the second grant of thirty thousand naira (30,000), by TEN

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The volunteer, again, encourages the monthly savings of five thousand Naira (N5,000) by the beneficiaries, with which he will set up a thrift collection system for them. This will afford every

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The Process

> Registration Of Beneficiaries

Volunteer selects and registers 10 beneficiaries who are breadwinners with 5 dependents.

> Training Of Beneficiaries

Volunteer organizes skills training for them

> 1st Funding By Ten (N10,00)

TEN funds the startup of the skilled trade with N10,000

> Mentoring Beneficiaries And Encouraging Savings 

Volunteers monitor and encourages beneficiaries to save at least N5,000 monthly for 6 months.

> 2nd Funding By Ten (N30,000)

Beneficiaries who are able to save at least N5,000 for 6 months, receive a N30,000 grant from TEN.

> Thrift Collection Funding (N50,000)

The monthly N5,000 savings are encouraged, with which the Volunteer sets up a 10-month thrift collection system for the beneficiaries. This provides each beneficiary with N50,000 within a 10 month period, for the purpose of business expansion.