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We loan because...
Promote equality, co-operation, freedom, and self-reliance. Help the world's poorest elevate out of poverty. Allow the loan recipients and NOT corporations to profit from their effort. Help preserve our planet.

About us
Socialists, social democrats, Greens, Hippies, environmentalists, opponents of globalization, anti-capitalists, earth-friendly 'radicals', and other left-wingers turning ideas into action. Individuals who consider freedom a fundamental human right, and realize that true freedom cannot exist without the equality of conditions.

Location: Global Alliance      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Sira Group
    Cambodia
    Sira Group received a loan from Bertie to cover for plowing expenditure for her rice farm.
    Bertie
  • Sabile
    Kosovo
    Sabile received a loan from Karen to purchase a small used transportation vehicle for her husband because the old one is beyond repair.
    Karen
  • Thasirabegam
    India
    Thasirabegam received a loan from Gary to build a toilet at home to access basic sanitation facilities.
    Gary
  • Raed
    Palestine
    Raed received a loan from Gary to enable him to buy a water purification filter.
    Gary
  • Sofronio
    Philippines
    Sofronio received a loan from Ashley to buy added equipment and electronic parts for his electronic repair shop.
    Ashley
  • Jose Cecilio
    Costa Rica
    Jose Cecilio received a loan from Karen to buy accessories and spare parts to make bicycles.
    Karen
  • Janet
    Liberia
    Janet received a loan from Jahanara and Wavy to buy more ingredients for making meat pies and homemade bread, along with small bags of water and more shoes to sell.
    Jahanara and Wavy
  • Akbarali
    Tajikistan
    Akbarali received a loan from Gary to pay for renovating of his house.
    Gary
  • Savco Millers
    Uganda
    Savco Millers received a loan from Kati to expand recycling collection and processing that improves the pay of plastic garbage collectors.
    Kati
  • Dolma
    China
    Dolma received a loan from 2 team members to invest in 500kg of local yak wool to dye and weave into traditional Tibetan nhambu fabric.
    Jahanara and Wavy Karen

Impact   Updated Hourly

72
Team Members
$12,800
Amount Loaned
492
Loans
6.8
Loans per member