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We loan because...
We are able to, because we wish to share resources and because there is a strong need for credit amongst subsistence and small farmers.

About us
We wish to empower small farmers and others to transition away from harmful agricultural practices, too often relying on pesticides and other dangerous chemicals.

Location: Worldwide      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Zuura
    Kyrgyzstan
    Zuura received a loan from Robert to buy dairy cows in order to increase her business income and sales of organic milk.
    Robert
    $3,200 to go
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  • Jesús
    Peru
    Jesús received a loan from Robert to weed, prune, and buy fertilizers for his coffee farm.
    Robert
  • Abed Al Azez
    Palestine
    Abed Al Azez received a loan from Jan to buy a solar system for his house to reduce the use of electricity and get hot water.
    Jan
    $800 to go
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  • Sader
    Palestine
    Sader received a loan from Jan to buy a solar system for his family house to reduce the use of electricity and get hot water.
    Jan
  • Jorge Ovilver
    Honduras
    Jorge Ovilver received a loan from Jan to buy bales of clothing for women, men and children and covers for furniture.
    Jan
  • Willy
    Uganda
    Willy received a loan from Jan to purchase farm inputs like manure and mulching material to improve production.
    Jan
  • Van
    Cambodia
    Van received a loan from Jan to build a latrine.
    Jan
  • Dilrabo
    Tajikistan
    Dilrabo received a loan from Jan to purchase more seasonal children’s clothes to develop her business and increase her income.
    Jan
  • Greenbox
    Peru
    Greenbox received a loan from Jan to employ 522 smallholder farmers in organic farming over the next four years.
    Jan
  • Flor De Pasajoc Group
    Guatemala
    Flor De Pasajoc Group received a loan from Jan she will buy traditional clothes such as “huipiles” blouses, “cuts” skirts and typical high quality aprons.
    Jan
  • Senoko-Noko Group
    Lesotho
    Senoko-Noko Group received a loan from Jan to purchase the ACE 1 energy system in order to have access to solar power for lighting, charging and cooking in a way that is safer, cleaner, and saves money.
    Jan
  • Lilly
    Solomon Islands
    Lilly received a loan from Jan to buy bales of second hand clothing and clothes hangers for her business.
    Jan

Impact   Updated Hourly

52
Team Members
$40,750
Amount Funded
618
Loans
11.9
Loans per member