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About us
Sharing Peace, Making A Difference.

iPeace is not an organization. It's an organism. It's alive, and it's made out of people; It is made from you, her him, them, us and me. It is not for profit and it is not for prestige. It is for peace. Period.


iPeace is a wiki-organism that believes in unity, sharing and love. iPeace believes in the tremendous power of people, when united together, to make a true change in the world.


Sharing Peace. Making A Difference. If each one of us makes the pledge to reduce pain in out world just by a little bit, our impact will be tremendous. Fight poverty, violence, hunger or prejudice. Help our children get better education or do something for our planet. The aggregate of the little changes will make our world more peaceful.


iPeace will be a hub to ALL peace initiatives in the world. You'll be able to come here and educate yourself about what's going on and where, and also share YOUR knowledge. We will cooperate and give support to all peace initiatives, as long as they are non violent and non profit.

Location: Global peace network       Team website

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Choti
    India
    Choti received a loan from Marla to expand her blanket weaving business by purchasing more raw materials and to sell the items in the local market.
    Marla
  • Asmaa
    Palestine
    Asmaa received a loan from Marla to buy a water purification filter.
    Marla
  • Hamad
    Palestine
    Hamad received a loan from Marla to buy fertilizer and seeds for his land.
    Marla
  • Flor De Candelaria Group
    Guatemala
    Flor De Candelaria Group received a loan from Alice to buy supplies for the textile business (thread, zippers, decorations, fabrics) & a cylinder of gas to prepare her delicious “tortillas”.
    Alice
  • Eco Fuels Kenya
    Kenya
    Eco Fuels Kenya received a loan from Alice to enable 5,000 additional small-holder farmers across rural Kenya to sustainably harvest croton nuts—an abundant and indigenous crop with no previous commercial use.
    Alice
  • James
    Kenya
    James received a loan from Sue to buy more stock of timber.
    Sue
  • Catherine
    Kenya
    Catherine received a loan from Sue to add to her stock of potatoes, tomatoes and charcoal.
    Sue

Impact   Updated Hourly

172
Team Members
$57,900
Amount Loaned
2,267
Loans
13.2
Loans per member