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We loan because...
There is a global sanitation crisis where over 40% of the world's population (2.6 billion people) lack basic 'improved' sanitation killing more than HIV/AIDS, malaria and TB combined.

It's not rocket science, people need toilets.

Check out this TED talk on why sanitation matters: www.ted.com/talks/rose_george_let_s_talk_crap_seriously#t-288090


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Open to all - contribute to any open sanitation loans or search for new ones... New loans are added regularly so keep checking back.

 

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Team Activity

  • Oscar David
    Bolivia
    Oscar David received a loan from 4 team members to install potable water in his kitchen, bathroom and wash room for his family’s wellbeing.
    Joan Reggie Lidia Mara
    0% repaid
  • Roun's Group
    Cambodia
    Roun's Group received a loan from Laurence to buy a decent latrine to improve his health and prevent his family members from getting infectious diseases.
    Laurence
    0% repaid
  • Maa Narayani Shg-E Group
    India
    Maa Narayani Shg-E Group received a loan from Reggie to purchase sanitary fittings, steel pipes, taps, and a commode for her toilet.
    Reggie
    0% repaid
  • Thức
    Vietnam
    Thức received a loan from 2 team members to purchase sand, cement, brick, and equipment to build a toilet.
    Mara Reggie
    0% repaid
  • Cường
    Vietnam
    Cường received a loan from 3 team members to purchase sand, cement, brick and equipments to build a toilet.
    Cathy Mara Reggie
    0% repaid
  • Saumu
    Kenya
    Saumu received a loan from John to buy a water tank to store more water to sell.
    John
    0% repaid
  • Nhom 5 - Dinh Hoa Group
    Vietnam
    Nhom 5 - Dinh Hoa Group received a loan from Mara to pay for the construction of a sanitary latrine with a device for hand-washing with soap.
    Mara
    0% repaid
  • Nhom 11 - Dinh Hoa Group
    Vietnam
    Nhom 11 - Dinh Hoa Group received a loan from Mara to pay for the construction of a sanitary latrine, with a device for hand washing with soap.
    Mara
    0% repaid
  • Dũng
    Vietnam
    Dũng received a loan from Mara purchase materials to build a hygienic toilet for his family.
    Mara
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

50
Team Members
$12,575
Amount Loaned
493
Loans
9.9
Loans per member