You are helping to break the cycle of poverty
10% of the world lives on less than $1.90 a day and the cycle of poverty is strong. Some of the biggest tools to fight poverty come from the simplest solutions—training, loans, seeds, animals, and access to a marketplace. Helping someone provide for themselves provides change that will last a lifetime and effects that can be seen for generations. Women in particular feel the effects of entering a marketplace previously closed to them, providing dependable income, self-reliance, and even safety, to them and their children.
Families like Angela’s are living hand to mouth, unable to grow enough food to sell and eat. This puts their family’s future at risk. Learn how this changed.
Angela holds her one-year-old son in her arms, he is slowly falling asleep in the Timor-Leste heat. As a single mother, Angela is the sole
Chum (52) and her husband Heang, once worked hard on their rice field to help make ends meet for their family. 7 years ago, Chums