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We loan because...
To help others.

About us
Sikhism was established because our Guru Ji believed in:

1) Equality for all human beings, regardless of race, creed, or status of an individual.

2) To treat all with compassion and care.

3) To help/serve those less fortunate by offering food (Langar).

The literal meaning of Sikh is = Learn. What this means is life long learner and one should learn humility.

The other main principle is
Seva = we as human beings have a duty to help those less fortunate than us.
WE should not forget to give back to your community by means of service (charitable work).

By no way or means is this a detailed list, just a few main principles.

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  • Francis Danilo
    Honduras
    Francis Danilo received a loan from S.K.S. Khalsa to buy wood, manta antivirus, bags, tomato plants and a few other materials to build a greenhouse.
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    0% repaid
  • Nery Omar
    Honduras
    Nery Omar received a loan from S.K.S. Khalsa to buy an antivirus insect screen, bags, a drip irrigation system, tomato plants and other materials for the construction of a greenhouse.
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    0% repaid
  • Rodney
    Paraguay
    Rodney received a loan from 1 team members to pay his university tuition.
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    7% repaid
  • Teresa Del Carmen
    El Salvador
    Teresa Del Carmen received a loan from S.K.S. Khalsa to invest in: corn, rice, sugar, vegetables, oil, meats, etc. to increase the production of dishes and in this way increase sales.
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    8% repaid
  • Doris Armida
    El Salvador
    Doris Armida received a loan from S.K.S. Khalsa to purchase pineapples, melons, watermelon, papayas, grapes, cabbage, lettuce, string beans, potatoes, tomatoes, green chili peppers, and carrots, among other fruits and vegetables for her business.
    S.K.S. Khalsa
    88% repaid
  • Jaibi Orquidea
    El Salvador
    Jaibi Orquidea received a loan from S.K.S. Khalsa to buy yuca, corn, potatoes, bags for her products, cabbages, tomatoes, oil, chicken meat, and more for making traditional dishes.
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    100% repaid
  • George
    Uganda
    George received a loan from S.K.S. Khalsa to process a land title and secure his land.
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    15% repaid
  • Baby And Group
    India
    Baby And Group received a loan from S.K.S. Khalsa to purchase stocks of clothes like sarees, leggings, kurtis, etc. for her ready-made clothes selling business.
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    16% repaid
  • Ruth's Group
    Kenya
    Ruth's Group received a loan from S.K.S. Khalsa to receive hybrid maize seeds and fertilizer to improve her harvest.
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    0% repaid
  • Joseph's Group
    Kenya
    Joseph's Group received a loan from S.K.S. Khalsa to buy cost-efficient maize seeds and fertilizer for the coming harvesting season.
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    0% repaid
  • Patrick's Group
    Kenya
    Patrick's Group received a loan from S.K.S. Khalsa to buy cost-efficient maize seeds and fertilizer for the coming harvesting season, as well as a solar light.
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    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

10
Team Members
$2,650
Amount Loaned
89
Loans
8.9
Loans per member